Asked By – mistiru
Is there a way in Python to get a list of all defined loggers?
I mean, does something exist such as
logging.getAllLoggers() which would return a list of
I searched the python.logging documentation but couldn’t find such a method.
Now we will see solution for issue: How to list all existing loggers using python.logging module
Loggers are held in a hierarchy by a
logging.Manager instance. You can interrogate the
manager on the root logger for the loggers it knows about.
import logging loggers = [logging.getLogger(name) for name in logging.root.manager.loggerDict]
getLogger(name) ensures that any placeholder loggers held by
loggerDict are fully initialized when they are added to the list.
This question is answered By – Will Keeling
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