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Pause, Resume, Release&Reopen, Add and Remove Logging from command line (#11777)

* Make LogDescriptions race safe

* Add manager commands for pausing, resuming, adding and removing loggers

Signed-off-by: Andrew Thornton <art27@cantab.net>

* Placate lint

* Ensure that file logger is run!

* Add support for smtp and conn

Signed-off-by: Andrew Thornton <art27@cantab.net>

* Add release-and-reopen

Signed-off-by: Andrew Thornton <art27@cantab.net>

Co-authored-by: techknowlogick <techknowlogick@gitea.io>
Co-authored-by: Lauris BH <lauris@nix.lv>
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  1. 380
      cmd/manager.go
  2. 22
      docs/content/doc/advanced/logging-documentation.en-us.md
  3. 82
      docs/content/doc/usage/command-line.en-us.md
  4. 5
      integrations/testlogger.go
  5. 5
      modules/graceful/manager_unix.go
  6. 12
      modules/log/conn.go
  7. 14
      modules/log/console.go
  8. 64
      modules/log/event.go
  9. 13
      modules/log/file.go
  10. 37
      modules/log/log.go
  11. 5
      modules/log/smtp.go
  12. 108
      modules/private/manager.go
  13. 68
      modules/setting/log.go
  14. 1
      modules/setting/setting.go
  15. 2
      routers/admin/admin.go
  16. 6
      routers/private/internal.go
  17. 117
      routers/private/manager.go

380
cmd/manager.go

@ -10,6 +10,7 @@ import (
"os"
"time"
"code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/log"
"code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/private"
"github.com/urfave/cli"
@ -25,16 +26,27 @@ var (
subcmdShutdown,
subcmdRestart,
subcmdFlushQueues,
subcmdLogging,
},
}
subcmdShutdown = cli.Command{
Name: "shutdown",
Usage: "Gracefully shutdown the running process",
Name: "shutdown",
Usage: "Gracefully shutdown the running process",
Flags: []cli.Flag{
cli.BoolFlag{
Name: "debug",
},
},
Action: runShutdown,
}
subcmdRestart = cli.Command{
Name: "restart",
Usage: "Gracefully restart the running process - (not implemented for windows servers)",
Name: "restart",
Usage: "Gracefully restart the running process - (not implemented for windows servers)",
Flags: []cli.Flag{
cli.BoolFlag{
Name: "debug",
},
},
Action: runRestart,
}
subcmdFlushQueues = cli.Command{
@ -46,17 +58,331 @@ var (
Name: "timeout",
Value: 60 * time.Second,
Usage: "Timeout for the flushing process",
},
cli.BoolFlag{
}, cli.BoolFlag{
Name: "non-blocking",
Usage: "Set to true to not wait for flush to complete before returning",
},
cli.BoolFlag{
Name: "debug",
},
},
}
defaultLoggingFlags = []cli.Flag{
cli.StringFlag{
Name: "group, g",
Usage: "Group to add logger to - will default to \"default\"",
}, cli.StringFlag{
Name: "name, n",
Usage: "Name of the new logger - will default to mode",
}, cli.StringFlag{
Name: "level, l",
Usage: "Logging level for the new logger",
}, cli.StringFlag{
Name: "stacktrace-level, L",
Usage: "Stacktrace logging level",
}, cli.StringFlag{
Name: "flags, F",
Usage: "Flags for the logger",
}, cli.StringFlag{
Name: "expression, e",
Usage: "Matching expression for the logger",
}, cli.StringFlag{
Name: "prefix, p",
Usage: "Prefix for the logger",
}, cli.BoolFlag{
Name: "color",
Usage: "Use color in the logs",
}, cli.BoolFlag{
Name: "debug",
},
}
subcmdLogging = cli.Command{
Name: "logging",
Usage: "Adjust logging commands",
Subcommands: []cli.Command{
{
Name: "pause",
Usage: "Pause logging (Gitea will buffer logs up to a certain point and will drop them after that point)",
Flags: []cli.Flag{
cli.BoolFlag{
Name: "debug",
},
},
Action: runPauseLogging,
}, {
Name: "resume",
Usage: "Resume logging",
Flags: []cli.Flag{
cli.BoolFlag{
Name: "debug",
},
},
Action: runResumeLogging,
}, {
Name: "release-and-reopen",
Usage: "Cause Gitea to release and re-open files used for logging",
Flags: []cli.Flag{
cli.BoolFlag{
Name: "debug",
},
},
Action: runReleaseReopenLogging,
}, {
Name: "remove",
Usage: "Remove a logger",
ArgsUsage: "[name] Name of logger to remove",
Flags: []cli.Flag{
cli.BoolFlag{
Name: "debug",
}, cli.StringFlag{
Name: "group, g",
Usage: "Group to add logger to - will default to \"default\"",
},
},
Action: runRemoveLogger,
}, {
Name: "add",
Usage: "Add a logger",
Subcommands: []cli.Command{
{
Name: "console",
Usage: "Add a console logger",
Flags: append(defaultLoggingFlags,
cli.BoolFlag{
Name: "stderr",
Usage: "Output console logs to stderr - only relevant for console",
}),
Action: runAddConsoleLogger,
}, {
Name: "file",
Usage: "Add a file logger",
Flags: append(defaultLoggingFlags, []cli.Flag{
cli.StringFlag{
Name: "filename, f",
Usage: "Filename for the logger - this must be set.",
}, cli.BoolTFlag{
Name: "rotate, r",
Usage: "Rotate logs",
}, cli.Int64Flag{
Name: "max-size, s",
Usage: "Maximum size in bytes before rotation",
}, cli.BoolTFlag{
Name: "daily, d",
Usage: "Rotate logs daily",
}, cli.IntFlag{
Name: "max-days, D",
Usage: "Maximum number of daily logs to keep",
}, cli.BoolTFlag{
Name: "compress, z",
Usage: "Compress rotated logs",
}, cli.IntFlag{
Name: "compression-level, Z",
Usage: "Compression level to use",
},
}...),
Action: runAddFileLogger,
}, {
Name: "conn",
Usage: "Add a net conn logger",
Flags: append(defaultLoggingFlags, []cli.Flag{
cli.BoolFlag{
Name: "reconnect-on-message, R",
Usage: "Reconnect to host for every message",
}, cli.BoolFlag{
Name: "reconnect, r",
Usage: "Reconnect to host when connection is dropped",
}, cli.StringFlag{
Name: "protocol, P",
Usage: "Set protocol to use: tcp, unix, or udp (defaults to tcp)",
}, cli.StringFlag{
Name: "address, a",
Usage: "Host address and port to connect to (defaults to :7020)",
},
}...),
Action: runAddConnLogger,
}, {
Name: "smtp",
Usage: "Add an SMTP logger",
Flags: append(defaultLoggingFlags, []cli.Flag{
cli.StringFlag{
Name: "username, u",
Usage: "Mail server username",
}, cli.StringFlag{
Name: "password, P",
Usage: "Mail server password",
}, cli.StringFlag{
Name: "host, H",
Usage: "Mail server host (defaults to: 127.0.0.1:25)",
}, cli.StringSliceFlag{
Name: "send-to, s",
Usage: "Email address(es) to send to",
}, cli.StringFlag{
Name: "subject, S",
Usage: "Subject header of sent emails",
},
}...),
Action: runAddSMTPLogger,
},
},
},
},
}
)
func runRemoveLogger(c *cli.Context) error {
setup("manager", c.Bool("debug"))
group := c.String("group")
if len(group) == 0 {
group = log.DEFAULT
}
name := c.Args().First()
statusCode, msg := private.RemoveLogger(group, name)
switch statusCode {
case http.StatusInternalServerError:
fail("InternalServerError", msg)
}
fmt.Fprintln(os.Stdout, msg)
return nil
}
func runAddSMTPLogger(c *cli.Context) error {
setup("manager", c.Bool("debug"))
vals := map[string]interface{}{}
mode := "smtp"
if c.IsSet("host") {
vals["host"] = c.String("host")
} else {
vals["host"] = "127.0.0.1:25"
}
if c.IsSet("username") {
vals["username"] = c.String("username")
}
if c.IsSet("password") {
vals["password"] = c.String("password")
}
if !c.IsSet("send-to") {
return fmt.Errorf("Some recipients must be provided")
}
vals["sendTos"] = c.StringSlice("send-to")
if c.IsSet("subject") {
vals["subject"] = c.String("subject")
} else {
vals["subject"] = "Diagnostic message from Gitea"
}
return commonAddLogger(c, mode, vals)
}
func runAddConnLogger(c *cli.Context) error {
setup("manager", c.Bool("debug"))
vals := map[string]interface{}{}
mode := "conn"
vals["net"] = "tcp"
if c.IsSet("protocol") {
switch c.String("protocol") {
case "udp":
vals["net"] = "udp"
case "unix":
vals["net"] = "unix"
}
}
if c.IsSet("address") {
vals["address"] = c.String("address")
} else {
vals["address"] = ":7020"
}
if c.IsSet("reconnect") {
vals["reconnect"] = c.Bool("reconnect")
}
if c.IsSet("reconnect-on-message") {
vals["reconnectOnMsg"] = c.Bool("reconnect-on-message")
}
return commonAddLogger(c, mode, vals)
}
func runAddFileLogger(c *cli.Context) error {
setup("manager", c.Bool("debug"))
vals := map[string]interface{}{}
mode := "file"
if c.IsSet("filename") {
vals["filename"] = c.String("filename")
} else {
return fmt.Errorf("filename must be set when creating a file logger")
}
if c.IsSet("rotate") {
vals["rotate"] = c.Bool("rotate")
}
if c.IsSet("max-size") {
vals["maxsize"] = c.Int64("max-size")
}
if c.IsSet("daily") {
vals["daily"] = c.Bool("daily")
}
if c.IsSet("max-days") {
vals["maxdays"] = c.Int("max-days")
}
if c.IsSet("compress") {
vals["compress"] = c.Bool("compress")
}
if c.IsSet("compression-level") {
vals["compressionLevel"] = c.Int("compression-level")
}
return commonAddLogger(c, mode, vals)
}
func runAddConsoleLogger(c *cli.Context) error {
setup("manager", c.Bool("debug"))
vals := map[string]interface{}{}
mode := "console"
if c.IsSet("stderr") && c.Bool("stderr") {
vals["stderr"] = c.Bool("stderr")
}
return commonAddLogger(c, mode, vals)
}
func commonAddLogger(c *cli.Context, mode string, vals map[string]interface{}) error {
if len(c.String("level")) > 0 {
vals["level"] = log.FromString(c.String("level")).String()
}
if len(c.String("stacktrace-level")) > 0 {
vals["stacktraceLevel"] = log.FromString(c.String("stacktrace-level")).String()
}
if len(c.String("expression")) > 0 {
vals["expression"] = c.String("expression")
}
if len(c.String("prefix")) > 0 {
vals["prefix"] = c.String("prefix")
}
if len(c.String("flags")) > 0 {
vals["flags"] = log.FlagsFromString(c.String("flags"))
}
if c.IsSet("color") {
vals["colorize"] = c.Bool("color")
}
group := "default"
if c.IsSet("group") {
group = c.String("group")
}
name := mode
if c.IsSet("name") {
name = c.String("name")
}
statusCode, msg := private.AddLogger(group, name, mode, vals)
switch statusCode {
case http.StatusInternalServerError:
fail("InternalServerError", msg)
}
fmt.Fprintln(os.Stdout, msg)
return nil
}
func runShutdown(c *cli.Context) error {
setup("manager", false)
setup("manager", c.Bool("debug"))
statusCode, msg := private.Shutdown()
switch statusCode {
case http.StatusInternalServerError:
@ -68,7 +394,7 @@ func runShutdown(c *cli.Context) error {
}
func runRestart(c *cli.Context) error {
setup("manager", false)
setup("manager", c.Bool("debug"))
statusCode, msg := private.Restart()
switch statusCode {
case http.StatusInternalServerError:
@ -80,7 +406,7 @@ func runRestart(c *cli.Context) error {
}
func runFlushQueues(c *cli.Context) error {
setup("manager", false)
setup("manager", c.Bool("debug"))
statusCode, msg := private.FlushQueues(c.Duration("timeout"), c.Bool("non-blocking"))
switch statusCode {
case http.StatusInternalServerError:
@ -90,3 +416,39 @@ func runFlushQueues(c *cli.Context) error {
fmt.Fprintln(os.Stdout, msg)
return nil
}
func runPauseLogging(c *cli.Context) error {
setup("manager", c.Bool("debug"))
statusCode, msg := private.PauseLogging()
switch statusCode {
case http.StatusInternalServerError:
fail("InternalServerError", msg)
}
fmt.Fprintln(os.Stdout, msg)
return nil
}
func runResumeLogging(c *cli.Context) error {
setup("manager", c.Bool("debug"))
statusCode, msg := private.ResumeLogging()
switch statusCode {
case http.StatusInternalServerError:
fail("InternalServerError", msg)
}
fmt.Fprintln(os.Stdout, msg)
return nil
}
func runReleaseReopenLogging(c *cli.Context) error {
setup("manager", c.Bool("debug"))
statusCode, msg := private.ReleaseReopenLogging()
switch statusCode {
case http.StatusInternalServerError:
fail("InternalServerError", msg)
}
fmt.Fprintln(os.Stdout, msg)
return nil
}

22
docs/content/doc/advanced/logging-documentation.en-us.md

@ -316,6 +316,28 @@ COLORIZE = true # Or false if your windows terminal cannot color
This is equivalent to sending all logs to the console, with default go log being sent to the console log too.
## Releasing-and-Reopening, Pausing and Resuming logging
If you are running on Unix you may wish to release-and-reopen logs in order to use `logrotate` or other tools.
It is possible force gitea to release and reopen it's logging files and connections by sending `SIGUSR1` to the
running process, or running `gitea manager logging release-and-reopen`.
Alternatively, you may wish to pause and resume logging - this can be accomplished through the use of the
`gitea manager logging pause` and `gitea manager logging resume` commands. Please note that whilst logging
is paused log events below INFO level will not be stored and only a limited number of events will be stored.
Logging may block, albeit temporarily, slowing gitea considerably whilst paused - therefore it is
recommended that pausing only done for a very short period of time.
## Adding and removing logging whilst Gitea is running
It is possible to add and remove logging whilst Gitea is running using the `gitea manager logging add` and `remove` subcommands.
This functionality can only adjust running log systems and cannot be used to start the access, macaron or router loggers if they
were not already initialised. If you wish to start these systems you are advised to adjust the app.ini and (gracefully) restart
the Gitea service.
The main intention of these commands is to easily add a temporary logger to investigate problems on running systems where a restart
may cause the issue to disappear.
## Log colorization
Logs to the console will be colorized by default when not running on

82
docs/content/doc/usage/command-line.en-us.md

@ -318,3 +318,85 @@ var checklist = []check{
```
This function will receive a command line context and return a list of details about the problems or error.
#### manager
Manage running server operations:
- Commands:
- `shutdown`: Gracefully shutdown the running process
- `restart`: Gracefully restart the running process - (not implemented for windows servers)
- `flush-queues`: Flush queues in the running process
- Options:
- `--timeout value`: Timeout for the flushing process (default: 1m0s)
- `--non-blocking`: Set to true to not wait for flush to complete before returning
- `logging`: Adjust logging commands
- Commands:
- `pause`: Pause logging
- Notes:
- The logging level will be raised to INFO temporarily if it is below this level.
- Gitea will buffer logs up to a certain point and will drop them after that point.
- `resume`: Resume logging
- `release-and-reopen`: Cause Gitea to release and re-open files and connections used for logging (Equivalent to sending SIGUSR1 to Gitea.)
- `remove name`: Remove the named logger
- Options:
- `--group group`, `-g group`: Set the group to remove the sublogger from. (defaults to `default`)
- `add`: Add a logger
- Commands:
- `console`: Add a console logger
- Options:
- `--group value`, `-g value`: Group to add logger to - will default to "default"
- `--name value`, `-n value`: Name of the new logger - will default to mode
- `--level value`, `-l value`: Logging level for the new logger
- `--stacktrace-level value`, `-L value`: Stacktrace logging level
- `--flags value`, `-F value`: Flags for the logger
- `--expression value`, `-e value`: Matching expression for the logger
- `--prefix value`, `-p value`: Prefix for the logger
- `--color`: Use color in the logs
- `--stderr`: Output console logs to stderr - only relevant for console
- `file`: Add a file logger
- Options:
- `--group value`, `-g value`: Group to add logger to - will default to "default"
- `--name value`, `-n value`: Name of the new logger - will default to mode
- `--level value`, `-l value`: Logging level for the new logger
- `--stacktrace-level value`, `-L value`: Stacktrace logging level
- `--flags value`, `-F value`: Flags for the logger
- `--expression value`, `-e value`: Matching expression for the logger
- `--prefix value`, `-p value`: Prefix for the logger
- `--color`: Use color in the logs
- `--filename value`, `-f value`: Filename for the logger -
- `--rotate`, `-r`: Rotate logs
- `--max-size value`, `-s value`: Maximum size in bytes before rotation
- `--daily`, `-d`: Rotate logs daily
- `--max-days value`, `-D value`: Maximum number of daily logs to keep
- `--compress`, `-z`: Compress rotated logs
- `--compression-level value`, `-Z value`: Compression level to use
- `conn`: Add a network connection logger
- Options:
- `--group value`, `-g value`: Group to add logger to - will default to "default"
- `--name value`, `-n value`: Name of the new logger - will default to mode
- `--level value`, `-l value`: Logging level for the new logger
- `--stacktrace-level value`, `-L value`: Stacktrace logging level
- `--flags value`, `-F value`: Flags for the logger
- `--expression value`, `-e value`: Matching expression for the logger
- `--prefix value`, `-p value`: Prefix for the logger
- `--color`: Use color in the logs
- `--reconnect-on-message`, `-R`: Reconnect to host for every message
- `--reconnect`, `-r`: Reconnect to host when connection is dropped
- `--protocol value`, `-P value`: Set protocol to use: tcp, unix, or udp (defaults to tcp)
- `--address value`, `-a value`: Host address and port to connect to (defaults to :7020)
- `smtp`: Add an SMTP logger
- Options:
- `--group value`, `-g value`: Group to add logger to - will default to "default"
- `--name value`, `-n value`: Name of the new logger - will default to mode
- `--level value`, `-l value`: Logging level for the new logger
- `--stacktrace-level value`, `-L value`: Stacktrace logging level
- `--flags value`, `-F value`: Flags for the logger
- `--expression value`, `-e value`: Matching expression for the logger
- `--prefix value`, `-p value`: Prefix for the logger
- `--color`: Use color in the logs
- `--username value`, `-u value`: Mail server username
- `--password value`, `-P value`: Mail server password
- `--host value`, `-H value`: Mail server host (defaults to: 127.0.0.1:25)
- `--send-to value`, `-s value`: Email address(es) to send to
- `--subject value`, `-S value`: Subject header of sent emails

5
integrations/testlogger.go

@ -170,6 +170,11 @@ func (log *TestLogger) Init(config string) error {
func (log *TestLogger) Flush() {
}
//ReleaseReopen does nothing
func (log *TestLogger) ReleaseReopen() error {
return nil
}
// GetName returns the default name for this implementation
func (log *TestLogger) GetName() string {
return "test"

5
modules/graceful/manager_unix.go

@ -113,7 +113,10 @@ func (g *Manager) handleSignals(ctx context.Context) {
log.Info("PID: %d. Received SIGHUP. Attempting GracefulRestart...", pid)
g.DoGracefulRestart()
case syscall.SIGUSR1:
log.Info("PID %d. Received SIGUSR1.", pid)
log.Warn("PID %d. Received SIGUSR1. Releasing and reopening logs", pid)
if err := log.ReleaseReopen(); err != nil {
log.Error("Error whilst releasing and reopening logs: %v", err)
}
case syscall.SIGUSR2:
log.Warn("PID %d. Received SIGUSR2. Hammering...", pid)
g.DoImmediateHammer()

12
modules/log/conn.go

@ -77,6 +77,13 @@ func (i *connWriter) connect() error {
return nil
}
func (i *connWriter) releaseReopen() error {
if i.innerWriter != nil {
return i.connect()
}
return nil
}
// ConnLogger implements LoggerProvider.
// it writes messages in keep-live tcp connection.
type ConnLogger struct {
@ -119,6 +126,11 @@ func (log *ConnLogger) GetName() string {
return "conn"
}
// ReleaseReopen causes the ConnLogger to reconnect to the server
func (log *ConnLogger) ReleaseReopen() error {
return log.out.(*connWriter).releaseReopen()
}
func init() {
Register("conn", NewConn)
}

14
modules/log/console.go

@ -68,6 +68,20 @@ func (log *ConsoleLogger) Init(config string) error {
func (log *ConsoleLogger) Flush() {
}
// ReleaseReopen causes the console logger to reconnect to os.Stdout
func (log *ConsoleLogger) ReleaseReopen() error {
if log.Stderr {
log.NewWriterLogger(&nopWriteCloser{
w: os.Stderr,
})
} else {
log.NewWriterLogger(&nopWriteCloser{
w: os.Stdout,
})
}
return nil
}
// GetName returns the default name for this implementation
func (log *ConsoleLogger) GetName() string {
return "console"

64
modules/log/event.go

@ -29,6 +29,7 @@ type EventLogger interface {
GetLevel() Level
GetStacktraceLevel() Level
GetName() string
ReleaseReopen() error
}
// ChannelledLog represents a cached channel to a LoggerProvider
@ -117,6 +118,11 @@ func (l *ChannelledLog) Flush() {
l.flush <- true
}
// ReleaseReopen this ChannelledLog
func (l *ChannelledLog) ReleaseReopen() error {
return l.loggerProvider.ReleaseReopen()
}
// GetLevel gets the level of this ChannelledLog
func (l *ChannelledLog) GetLevel() Level {
return l.loggerProvider.GetLevel()
@ -145,6 +151,7 @@ type MultiChannelledLog struct {
level Level
stacktraceLevel Level
closed chan bool
paused chan bool
}
// NewMultiChannelledLog a new logger instance with given logger provider and config.
@ -159,6 +166,7 @@ func NewMultiChannelledLog(name string, bufferLength int64) *MultiChannelledLog
stacktraceLevel: NONE,
close: make(chan bool),
closed: make(chan bool),
paused: make(chan bool),
}
return m
}
@ -229,6 +237,33 @@ func (m *MultiChannelledLog) closeLoggers() {
m.closed <- true
}
// Pause pauses this Logger
func (m *MultiChannelledLog) Pause() {
m.paused <- true
}
// Resume resumes this Logger
func (m *MultiChannelledLog) Resume() {
m.paused <- false
}
// ReleaseReopen causes this logger to tell its subloggers to release and reopen
func (m *MultiChannelledLog) ReleaseReopen() error {
m.mutex.Lock()
defer m.mutex.Unlock()
var accumulatedErr error
for _, logger := range m.loggers {
if err := logger.ReleaseReopen(); err != nil {
if accumulatedErr == nil {
accumulatedErr = fmt.Errorf("Error whilst reopening: %s Error: %v", logger.GetName(), err)
} else {
accumulatedErr = fmt.Errorf("Error whilst reopening: %s Error: %v & %v", logger.GetName(), err, accumulatedErr)
}
}
}
return accumulatedErr
}
// Start processing the MultiChannelledLog
func (m *MultiChannelledLog) Start() {
m.mutex.Lock()
@ -238,8 +273,35 @@ func (m *MultiChannelledLog) Start() {
}
m.started = true
m.mutex.Unlock()
paused := false
for {
if paused {
select {
case paused = <-m.paused:
if !paused {
m.ResetLevel()
}
case _, ok := <-m.flush:
if !ok {
m.closeLoggers()
return
}
m.mutex.Lock()
for _, logger := range m.loggers {
logger.Flush()
}
m.mutex.Unlock()
case <-m.close:
m.closeLoggers()
return
}
continue
}
select {
case paused = <-m.paused:
if paused && m.level < INFO {
m.level = INFO
}
case event, ok := <-m.queue:
if !ok {
m.closeLoggers()
@ -275,7 +337,7 @@ func (m *MultiChannelledLog) LogEvent(event *Event) error {
select {
case m.queue <- event:
return nil
case <-time.After(60 * time.Second):
case <-time.After(100 * time.Millisecond):
// We're blocked!
return ErrTimeout{
Name: m.name,

13
modules/log/file.go

@ -249,6 +249,19 @@ func (log *FileLogger) Flush() {
_ = log.mw.fd.Sync()
}
// ReleaseReopen releases and reopens log files
func (log *FileLogger) ReleaseReopen() error {
closingErr := log.mw.fd.Close()
startingErr := log.StartLogger()
if startingErr != nil {
if closingErr != nil {
return fmt.Errorf("Error during closing: %v Error during starting: %v", closingErr, startingErr)
}
return startingErr
}
return closingErr
}
// GetName returns the default name for this implementation
func (log *FileLogger) GetName() string {
return "file"

37
modules/log/log.go

@ -5,6 +5,7 @@
package log
import (
"fmt"
"os"
"runtime"
"strings"
@ -192,6 +193,42 @@ func IsFatal() bool {
return GetLevel() <= FATAL
}
// Pause pauses all the loggers
func Pause() {
NamedLoggers.Range(func(key, value interface{}) bool {
logger := value.(*Logger)
logger.Pause()
logger.Flush()
return true
})
}
// Resume resumes all the loggers
func Resume() {
NamedLoggers.Range(func(key, value interface{}) bool {
logger := value.(*Logger)
logger.Resume()
return true
})
}
// ReleaseReopen releases and reopens logging files
func ReleaseReopen() error {
var accumulatedErr error
NamedLoggers.Range(func(key, value interface{}) bool {
logger := value.(*Logger)
if err := logger.ReleaseReopen(); err != nil {
if accumulatedErr == nil {
accumulatedErr = fmt.Errorf("Error reopening %s: %v", key.(string), err)
} else {
accumulatedErr = fmt.Errorf("Error reopening %s: %v & %v", key.(string), err, accumulatedErr)
}
}
return true
})
return accumulatedErr
}
// Close closes all the loggers
func Close() {
l, ok := NamedLoggers.Load(DEFAULT)

5
modules/log/smtp.go

@ -97,6 +97,11 @@ func (log *SMTPLogger) sendMail(p []byte) (int, error) {
func (log *SMTPLogger) Flush() {
}
// ReleaseReopen does nothing
func (log *SMTPLogger) ReleaseReopen() error {
return nil
}
// GetName returns the default name for this implementation
func (log *SMTPLogger) GetName() string {
return "smtp"

108
modules/private/manager.go

@ -8,6 +8,7 @@ import (
"encoding/json"
"fmt"
"net/http"
"net/url"
"time"
"code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/setting"
@ -81,3 +82,110 @@ func FlushQueues(timeout time.Duration, nonBlocking bool) (int, string) {
return http.StatusOK, "Flushed"
}
// PauseLogging pauses logging
func PauseLogging() (int, string) {
reqURL := setting.LocalURL + "api/internal/manager/pause-logging"
req := newInternalRequest(reqURL, "POST")
resp, err := req.Response()
if err != nil {
return http.StatusInternalServerError, fmt.Sprintf("Unable to contact gitea: %v", err.Error())
}
defer resp.Body.Close()
if resp.StatusCode != http.StatusOK {
return resp.StatusCode, decodeJSONError(resp).Err
}
return http.StatusOK, "Logging Paused"
}
// ResumeLogging resumes logging
func ResumeLogging() (int, string) {
reqURL := setting.LocalURL + "api/internal/manager/resume-logging"
req := newInternalRequest(reqURL, "POST")
resp, err := req.Response()
if err != nil {
return http.StatusInternalServerError, fmt.Sprintf("Unable to contact gitea: %v", err.Error())
}
defer resp.Body.Close()
if resp.StatusCode != http.StatusOK {
return resp.StatusCode, decodeJSONError(resp).Err
}
return http.StatusOK, "Logging Restarted"
}
// ReleaseReopenLogging releases and reopens logging files
func ReleaseReopenLogging() (int, string) {
reqURL := setting.LocalURL + "api/internal/manager/release-and-reopen-logging"
req := newInternalRequest(reqURL, "POST")
resp, err := req.Response()
if err != nil {
return http.StatusInternalServerError, fmt.Sprintf("Unable to contact gitea: %v", err.Error())
}
defer resp.Body.Close()
if resp.StatusCode != http.StatusOK {
return resp.StatusCode, decodeJSONError(resp).Err
}
return http.StatusOK, "Logging Restarted"
}
// LoggerOptions represents the options for the add logger call
type LoggerOptions struct {
Group string
Name string
Mode string
Config map[string]interface{}
}
// AddLogger adds a logger
func AddLogger(group, name, mode string, config map[string]interface{}) (int, string) {
reqURL := setting.LocalURL + "api/internal/manager/add-logger"
req := newInternalRequest(reqURL, "POST")
req = req.Header("Content-Type", "application/json")
jsonBytes, _ := json.Marshal(LoggerOptions{
Group: group,
Name: name,
Mode: mode,
Config: config,
})
req.Body(jsonBytes)
resp, err := req.Response()
if err != nil {
return http.StatusInternalServerError, fmt.Sprintf("Unable to contact gitea: %v", err.Error())
}
defer resp.Body.Close()
if resp.StatusCode != http.StatusOK {
return resp.StatusCode, decodeJSONError(resp).Err
}
return http.StatusOK, "Added"
}
// RemoveLogger removes a logger
func RemoveLogger(group, name string) (int, string) {
reqURL := setting.LocalURL + fmt.Sprintf("api/internal/manager/remove-logger/%s/%s", url.PathEscape(group), url.PathEscape(name))
req := newInternalRequest(reqURL, "POST")
resp, err := req.Response()
if err != nil {
return http.StatusInternalServerError, fmt.Sprintf("Unable to contact gitea: %v", err.Error())
}
defer resp.Body.Close()
if resp.StatusCode != http.StatusOK {
return resp.StatusCode, decodeJSONError(resp).Err
}
return http.StatusOK, "Removed"
}

68
modules/setting/log.go

@ -12,6 +12,7 @@ import (
"path"
"path/filepath"
"strings"
"sync"
"code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/log"
@ -20,6 +21,69 @@ import (
var filenameSuffix = ""
var descriptionLock = sync.RWMutex{}
var logDescriptions = make(map[string]*LogDescription)
// GetLogDescriptions returns a race safe set of descriptions
func GetLogDescriptions() map[string]*LogDescription {
descriptionLock.RLock()
defer descriptionLock.RUnlock()
descs := make(map[string]*LogDescription, len(logDescriptions))
for k, v := range logDescriptions {
subLogDescriptions := make([]SubLogDescription, len(v.SubLogDescriptions))
for i, s := range v.SubLogDescriptions {
subLogDescriptions[i] = s
}
descs[k] = &LogDescription{
Name: v.Name,
SubLogDescriptions: subLogDescriptions,
}
}
return descs
}
// AddLogDescription adds a set of descriptions to the complete description
func AddLogDescription(key string, description *LogDescription) {
descriptionLock.Lock()
defer descriptionLock.Unlock()
logDescriptions[key] = description
}
// AddSubLogDescription adds a sub log description
func AddSubLogDescription(key string, subLogDescription SubLogDescription) bool {
descriptionLock.Lock()
defer descriptionLock.Unlock()
desc, ok := logDescriptions[key]
if !ok {
return false
}
for i, sub := range desc.SubLogDescriptions {
if sub.Name == subLogDescription.Name {
desc.SubLogDescriptions[i] = subLogDescription
return true
}
}
desc.SubLogDescriptions = append(desc.SubLogDescriptions, subLogDescription)
return true
}
// RemoveSubLogDescription removes a sub log description
func RemoveSubLogDescription(key string, name string) bool {
descriptionLock.Lock()
defer descriptionLock.Unlock()
desc, ok := logDescriptions[key]
if !ok {
return false
}
for i, sub := range desc.SubLogDescriptions {
if sub.Name == name {
desc.SubLogDescriptions = append(desc.SubLogDescriptions[:i], desc.SubLogDescriptions[i+1:]...)
return true
}
}
return false
}
type defaultLogOptions struct {
levelName string // LogLevel
flags string
@ -185,7 +249,7 @@ func generateNamedLogger(key string, options defaultLogOptions) *LogDescription
log.Info("%s Log: %s(%s:%s)", strings.Title(key), strings.Title(name), provider, levelName)
}
LogDescriptions[key] = &description
AddLogDescription(key, &description)
return &description
}
@ -279,7 +343,7 @@ func newLogService() {
log.Info("Gitea Log Mode: %s(%s:%s)", strings.Title(name), strings.Title(provider), levelName)
}
LogDescriptions[log.DEFAULT] = &description
AddLogDescription(log.DEFAULT, &description)
// Finally redirect the default golog to here
golog.SetFlags(0)

1
modules/setting/setting.go

@ -289,7 +289,6 @@ var (
LogLevel string
StacktraceLogLevel string
LogRootPath string
LogDescriptions = make(map[string]*LogDescription)
RedirectMacaronLog bool
DisableRouterLog bool
RouterLogLevel log.Level

2
routers/admin/admin.go

@ -307,7 +307,7 @@ func Config(ctx *context.Context) {
}
ctx.Data["EnvVars"] = envVars
ctx.Data["Loggers"] = setting.LogDescriptions
ctx.Data["Loggers"] = setting.GetLogDescriptions()
ctx.Data["RedirectMacaronLog"] = setting.RedirectMacaronLog
ctx.Data["EnableAccessLog"] = setting.EnableAccessLog
ctx.Data["AccessLogTemplate"] = setting.AccessLogTemplate

6
routers/private/internal.go

@ -42,6 +42,10 @@ func RegisterRoutes(m *macaron.Macaron) {
m.Post("/manager/shutdown", Shutdown)
m.Post("/manager/restart", Restart)
m.Post("/manager/flush-queues", bind(private.FlushOptions{}), FlushQueues)
m.Post("/manager/pause-logging", PauseLogging)
m.Post("/manager/resume-logging", ResumeLogging)
m.Post("/manager/release-and-reopen-logging", ReleaseReopenLogging)
m.Post("/manager/add-logger", bind(private.LoggerOptions{}), AddLogger)
m.Post("/manager/remove-logger/:group/:name", RemoveLogger)
}, CheckInternalToken)
}

117
routers/private/manager.go

@ -5,12 +5,15 @@
package private
import (
"encoding/json"
"fmt"
"net/http"
"code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/graceful"
"code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/log"
"code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/private"
"code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/queue"
"code.gitea.io/gitea/modules/setting"
"gitea.com/macaron/macaron"
)
@ -34,8 +37,120 @@ func FlushQueues(ctx *macaron.Context, opts private.FlushOptions) {
err := queue.GetManager().FlushAll(ctx.Req.Request.Context(), opts.Timeout)
if err != nil {
ctx.JSON(http.StatusRequestTimeout, map[string]interface{}{
"err": err,
"err": fmt.Sprintf("%v", err),
})
}
ctx.PlainText(http.StatusOK, []byte("success"))
}
// PauseLogging pauses logging
func PauseLogging(ctx *macaron.Context) {
log.Pause()
ctx.PlainText(http.StatusOK, []byte("success"))
}
// ResumeLogging resumes logging
func ResumeLogging(ctx *macaron.Context) {
log.Resume()
ctx.PlainText(http.StatusOK, []byte("success"))
}
// ReleaseReopenLogging releases and reopens logging files
func ReleaseReopenLogging(ctx *macaron.Context) {
if err := log.ReleaseReopen(); err != nil {
ctx.JSON(http.StatusInternalServerError, map[string]interface{}{
"err": fmt.Sprintf("Error during release and reopen: %v", err),
})
return
}
ctx.PlainText(http.StatusOK, []byte("success"))
}
// RemoveLogger removes a logger
func RemoveLogger(ctx *macaron.Context) {
group := ctx.Params("group")
name := ctx.Params("name")
ok, err := log.GetLogger(group).DelLogger(name)
if err != nil {
ctx.JSON(http.StatusInternalServerError, map[string]interface{}{
"err": fmt.Sprintf("Failed to remove logger: %s %s %v", group, name, err),
})
return
}
if ok {
setting.RemoveSubLogDescription(group, name)
}
ctx.PlainText(http.StatusOK, []byte(fmt.Sprintf("Removed %s %s", group, name)))
}
// AddLogger adds a logger
func AddLogger(ctx *macaron.Context, opts private.LoggerOptions) {
if len(opts.Group) == 0 {
opts.Group = log.DEFAULT
}
if _, ok := opts.Config["flags"]; !ok {
switch opts.Group {
case "access":
opts.Config["flags"] = log.FlagsFromString("")
case "router":
opts.Config["flags"] = log.FlagsFromString("date,time")
default:
opts.Config["flags"] = log.FlagsFromString("stdflags")
}
}
if _, ok := opts.Config["colorize"]; !ok && opts.Mode == "console" {
if _, ok := opts.Config["stderr"]; ok {
opts.Config["colorize"] = log.CanColorStderr
} else {
opts.Config["colorize"] = log.CanColorStdout
}
}
if _, ok := opts.Config["level"]; !ok {
opts.Config["level"] = setting.LogLevel
}
if _, ok := opts.Config["stacktraceLevel"]; !ok {
opts.Config["stacktraceLevel"] = setting.StacktraceLogLevel
}
if opts.Mode == "file" {
if _, ok := opts.Config["maxsize"]; !ok {
opts.Config["maxsize"] = 1 << 28
}
if _, ok := opts.Config["maxdays"]; !ok {
opts.Config["maxdays"] = 7
}
if _, ok := opts.Config["compressionLevel"]; !ok {
opts.Config["compressionLevel"] = -1
}
}
bufferLen := setting.Cfg.Section("log").Key("BUFFER_LEN").MustInt64(10000)
byteConfig, err := json.Marshal(opts.Config)
if err != nil {
log.Error("Failed to marshal log configuration: %v %v", opts.Config, err)
ctx.JSON(http.StatusInternalServerError, map[string]interface{}{
"err": fmt.Sprintf("Failed to marshal log configuration: %v %v", opts.Config, err),
})
return
}
config := string(byteConfig)
if err := log.NewNamedLogger(opts.Group, bufferLen, opts.Name, opts.Mode, config); err != nil {
log.Error("Failed to create new named logger: %s %v", config, err)
ctx.JSON(http.StatusInternalServerError, map[string]interface{}{
"err": fmt.Sprintf("Failed to create new named logger: %s %v", config, err),
})
return
}
setting.AddSubLogDescription(opts.Group, setting.SubLogDescription{
Name: opts.Name,
Provider: opts.Mode,
Config: config,
})
ctx.PlainText(http.StatusOK, []byte("success"))
}
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