A rolling file appender with customizable rolling conditions. Includes built-in support for rolling conditions on date/time (daily, hourly, every minute) and/or size.
Follows a Debian-style naming convention for logfiles, using basename, basename.1, …, basename.N where N is the maximum number of allowed historical logfiles.
This is useful to combine with the tracing crate and tracing_appender::non_blocking::NonBlocking – use it as an alternative to tracing_appender::rolling::RollingFileAppender.
let file_appender = BasicRollingFileAppender::new( "/var/log/myprogram", RollingConditionBasic::new().daily(), 9 ).unwrap();
Implements a rolling condition based on a certain frequency and/or a size limit. The default condition is to rotate daily.
Writes data to a file, and “rolls over” to preserve older data in a separate set of files. Old files have a Debian-style naming scheme where we have base_filename, base_filename.1, …, base_filename.N where N is the maximum number of rollover files to keep.
Determines how often a file should be rolled over
Determines when a file should be “rolled over”.
A rolling file appender with a rolling condition based on date/time or size.