A Logzio stream for the Bunyan logger
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logzio-bunyan

Logz.io stream for the Bunyan logger

Installation

npm install logzio-bunyan --save

Sample usage

var bunyan = require('bunyan');
var logzioBunyanStream = require('logzio-bunyan');

var loggerOptions = {
    token: '__YOUR_API_TOKEN__'
};

var logzioStream = new logzioBunyanStream(loggerOptions);


var log = bunyan.createLogger({
    name: 'myapp',
    streams: [
        {
            type: 'raw',
            stream: logzioStream
        }
    ]
});

log.info('hi');
log.warn({lang: 'en'}, 'ok lets go');

Make sure you replace __YOUR_API_TOKEN__ with your own logz.io api token.
If you do not have a Logz.io account, you can sign up for a free trial here

Details

This bunyan plugin, basically just wraps our nodejs logzio shipper.
If you want to configure the nodejs logger, any parameters sent to bunyan when initializing the stream (what is held in the variable loggerOptions in the sample above) will be passed to the logzio nodejs logger itself.

Update log

0.2.0

  • Changed the default log message output field from msg to message be compatible with the default kibana message field

0.2.1

  • Close underlying stream properly when closing applications

0.2.2

  • Update logzio-nodejs appender version

0.2.3

  • Update bunyan version to be exact