Traffic Server text logging API.


#include <ts/ts.h>
TSReturnCode TSTextLogObjectCreate(const char *filename, int mode, TSTextLogObject *new_log_obj)
TSReturnCode TSTextLogObjectWrite(TSTextLogObject the_object, const char *format, ...)
void TSTextLogObjectFlush(TSTextLogObject the_object)
TSReturnCode TSTextLogObjectDestroy(TSTextLogObject the_object)
void TSTextLogObjectHeaderSet(TSTextLogObject the_object, const char *header)
TSReturnCode TSTextLogObjectRollingEnabledSet(TSTextLogObject the_object, int rolling_enabled)
void TSTextLogObjectRollingIntervalSecSet(TSTextLogObject the_object, int rolling_interval_sec)
void TSTextLogObjectRollingOffsetHrSet(TSTextLogObject the_object, int rolling_offset_hr)
void TSTextLogObjectRollingSizeMbSet(TSTextLogObject the_object, int rolling_size_mb)


TSTextLogObjectRollingEnabledSet() sets the log rolling mode for the given object. This API must be used once the object is created and before writing into logs. The rolling_enabled argument must be a valid proxy.config.log.rolling_enabled values. If TSTextLogObjectRollingEnabledSet() is never called, the log object takes it’s log rolling mode from the global proxy.config.log.rolling_enabled setting.

It’s also important to call TSTextLogObjectRollingEnabledSet() before any of the other APIs that modifies the rolling object. This is due to the fact that this API dictates which rolling mode should be used, and therefore affects further modifications of the logging object.

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