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Supervisor logging

From: Matt D.
Sent on: Thursday, June 28, 2012 1:34 PM
At the last IndyPy, Clayton & Calvin gave a really informative talk on Supervisor; I'm hoping I can find an answer for this question I've got.

Does anyone have experience piping supervisor logs directly to external storage over the wire (i.e. not a mounted drive, a la Amazon S3)? We use Supervisor to manage our Solr processes, and they generate just a huge amount of logging information of course. One solution would just be a cron job that transfers the data to an S3 bucket (which we do for one case), but I was thinking it would be possible to stream the output. Any info would be greatly appreciated :)

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