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Magento Module for advanced logging

All Contributors

The purpose of this project is to have a simple framework for different logging adapters.

Originally developed as Hackathon_Logger but moved forewards and will now actively supported by firegento community.

See the Usage Chapter below to see how to use it.

Please be aware of the following restrictions:

  • The ProxiBlue NewRelic extension uses the same logic to log to NewRelic and will block FireGento Logger extension unless you revise its config.xml file.

Installation Instructions

Via modman

  • Install modman
  • Use the command from your Magento installation folder: modman clone

Via composer

    "require": {
    "repositories": [
            "type": "composer",
            "url": ""
        "magento-root-dir": "./"
  • Then from your composer.json folder: php composer.phar install or composer install


  • You can copy the files from the folders of this repository to the same folders of your installation

Installation in ALL CASES

  • Clear the cache, logout from the admin panel and then login again.


  • Remove all extension files from your Magento installation


Configure the different loggers in System > Configuration > Advanced > Firegento Logger

Further Information

Contributors ✨

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):

Colin Mollenhour


Damian Luszczymak


Rouven Alexander Rieker


Paul Hachmang




Achim Rosenhagen


Fabian Blechschmidt


Freek Gruntjes


Wilfried Wolf




Sylvain Rayé


Matthias Büsing


Dane Lowe


Lee Saferite




Steve Robbins


Sergey Kalenyuk


Nils Preuß


Matthias Zeis


Jeroen Vermeulen


Ingo Fabbri


Colin O'Dell




Aad Mathijssen


Lucas van Staden


Kevin Krieger


This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!

Current Status of Project

Complete, working logger interfaces:

  • File (Magento default)
  • File (Advanced Format)
  • File (JSON)
  • E-Mail
  • Database
  • XMPP (Jabber, Google Talk)
  • Graylog2
  • Loggly (UDP/HTTPS)
  • Syslog
  • RSyslog (UDP)
  • Papertrail (UDP)
  • Chromelogger
  • Logstash
  • Redis
  • Sentry
  • Airbrake

It is possible to use Multiple-Targets!

Other Features

  • Log Live View (Like a tail in terminal)
  • Report View (Shows content of a report in backend)
  • Manage modules log output (enable/disable log messages of extensions)

Further work

External libraries

For XMPP we use For ChromeLogger we use

How to contribute

Make a fork, commit to develop branch and make a pull request

Some Hints

  • There are combinations that don't work together
    • You can't use Chromelogger with the embeded queueing model, because the queueing takes place after the response is send to the client ** You can't use Papertrail with the embeded queueing model


GNU General Public License, version 3 (GPLv3)