[rabbitmq-discuss] Ability to log module & timestamp in startup and shutdown_log

Simon MacMullen simon at rabbitmq.com
Mon Jan 6 09:38:15 GMT 2014


No, the startup_log and startup_err are just records of what gets 
printed on stdout / stderr during startup.

In more recent versions of RabbitMQ than the one you are using we have 
minimised what gets printed to stdout anyway (prceisely since it doesn't 
go through a real logging mechanism), and the "starting blah" lines are 
gone. The real logs don't contain that info either (it's not very 

What are you trying to do?

Cheers, Simon

On 20/12/2013 18:21, Peter Moon wrote:
> Hi Simon,
> So from your previous email it seems that turning on a log_level or other
> switch in the above URL will not help with my request - i.e. the bracket
> fields denote information that I would like to get in the logs.
> thanks
> Peter
> <timestamp> <module responsible> starting alarm handler
> ...done
> starting node monitor
> ...done
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