Package: python3-eliot (1.13.0-1)
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logging library for Python that tells you why things happen
Most logging systems tell you what happened in your application, whereas eliot also tells you why it happened.
eliot is a Python logging system that outputs causal chains of actions: actions can spawn other actions, and eventually they either succeed or fail. The resulting logs tell you the story of what your software did: what happened, and what caused it.
Eliot works well within a single process, but can also be used across multiple processes to trace causality across a distributed system.
Eliot is only used to generate your logs; you will still need tools like Logstash and ElasticSearch to aggregate and store logs if you are using multiple processes.
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