Logging configuration

Without any configuration, trytond writes ERROR messages to standard output. With the verbose flag set, it writes INFO message. And with the verbose and development flags set, it write DEBUG message.

Logs can be configured using a configparser-format file. The filename can be specified using trytond logconf parameter.


This example allows to write INFO messages on standard output and on a disk log file rotated every day.

keys: simple

keys: rotate, console

keys: root

format: %(asctime)s] %(levelname)s:%(name)s:%(message)s
datefmt: %a %b %d %H:%M:%S %Y

class: handlers.TimedRotatingFileHandler
args: ('/tmp/tryton.log', 'D', 1, 30)
formatter: simple

class: StreamHandler
formatter: simple
args: (sys.stdout,)

level: INFO
handlers: rotate, console