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Papertrail can accept logs from any Erlang (BEAM) app, with or without the
lager logging library.
Configure your Erlang app to log to a file as usual, then transmit the log file to Papertrail using remote_syslog2. This does not require any modifications to the app.
Alternatively, your app can send a log message directly to Papertrail using the remote syslog protocol.
To do this, add schlagert/syslog to
the app and point it at Papertrail. See
Add Systems for
dest_port log destination values. Use either protocol RFC; if in doubt,
schlagert/syslog is emitting UDP, which is inherently connection-less,
the write calls are non-blocking.
Erlang applications that already use the
lager logging library can
configure it to also log to syslog. See lager_syslog, which will send logs
to a syslog daemon running on the local host (such as rsyslog or syslog-ng).
Follow standard setup to
configure the syslog daemon to forward to Papertrail.
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