On Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 10:31:30 PM UTC+1, Mike Bayer wrote:
> or have your logger look for that "log_only" token in the logger name 
> and skip on that, that's more future-proof. 

Yes, using a specific logger for the engine seems to work. :-)

I had looked for something like this, but didn't find it. I found 
, but didn't see anything there on engine-specific logging names, so I 
thought it wasn't possible. (The `logging_name` argument for 
`create_engine` _is_ documented though.)

Best regards,

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