[mod_python] apache's log and hook api in mod_python?

Graham Dumpleton grahamd at dscpl.com.au
Tue Mar 8 20:53:38 EST 2005

Not sure that everything you might want is available or not. Access is
provided to:

  log_error(message[, level])

  An interface to the Apache ap_log_rerror  function. message is a
  string with the error message,  level is one of the following flags constants:


  If you need to write to log and do not have a reference to a request object,
  use the apache.log_error function.

This is in the request object and is documented in:


There also is mod_python.apache.log_error() which does the same thing.

There is something about log levels in the server object.


You can also supply a log handler.


I can't remember any other log related stuff at the moment.

Am not sure what you mean by "In addition, is that possible for us to
create a hook in mod_python so that  other modules can call it?". Can
you elaborate?


Kevin Wang wrote ..
> Hi All,
> Does mod_python expose Apache's log api, for example, ap_log_error() and
> ap_log_rerror(), to mod_python's applications?  If not, how can we access
> Apache's log api, or should we use our own logging?
> In addition, is that possible for us to create a hook in mod_python so
> that 
> other modules can call it?
> I am not quite sure if this is the right mailing list for these questions.
> If not, should I send it to python-dev at httpd.apache.org?
> Thanks.
> -- Kevin
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