You can set the logging level using
setLevel in Python. It sets the threshold for this logger to
lvl. Logging messages which are less severe than
lvl will be ignored.
Python set logging level example
Simple example code.
import logging logger = logging.getLogger('dev') logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) logger.debug('This is a debug message') logger.info('This is an info message') logger.warning('This is a warning message') logger.error('This is an error message') logger.critical('This is a critical message')
Python effective logging level
The logger’s parents set the effective logging level explicitly or determined.
import logging main_logger = logging.getLogger('main') main_logger.setLevel(5) dev_logger = logging.getLogger('main.dev') print(main_logger.getEffectiveLevel()) print(dev_logger.getEffectiveLevel())
Set logging level for the module only
The normal way to do this is to define a logger for the current module – usually based on the file name – at the start of the module, and refer to this throughout.
import logging logger = logging.getLogger(__name__) logger.setLevel(logging.INFO) def function_that_logs(): logger.info('will log') # note, using logger not logging logger.debug('will not log')
Do comment if you have any doubts or suggestions on this Python logging topic.
Note: IDE: PyCharm 2021.3.3 (Community Edition)
All Python Examples are in Python 3, so Maybe its different from python 2 or upgraded versions.
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