2017-05-19 3:48 GMT+02:00 Leo Silver <leo.sil...@soholinux.com.au>:
> I have written a several Python scripts to collect data from external
> sources (an email account and an sftp site).
> In development I run the scripts from IDLE or the command line and can view
> the output of various print statements in the scripts which helps me to
> monitor progress and confirm correct operation.
> However, in production I will be running the scripts via Cron.
> Is there a recommended/ elegant way to collect this output on the fly for
> later review/ processing.
> Previously I have written bash scripts simply redirecting the standard
> output to a text file and emailed this back to myself but I would like to
> do this directly within Python rather than having to wrap the Python script
> in a bash script.
> Thanks, Leo.
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There are two task here: as You wrote, firstly log must be written to files
You could use the logging subsystem for this purpose
The second is to collect it and do someting.
To do this You can use for example the scedule module
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