#[non_exhaustive]
pub struct LoggingConfig { console: Option<String>, journald: Option<String>, files: Vec<LogfileConfig>, log_sensitive_information: bool, }
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Structure to hold our logging configuration options

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console: Option<String>

Filtering directives that determine tracing levels as described at https://docs.rs/tracing-subscriber/latest/tracing_subscriber/filter/targets/struct.Targets.html#impl-FromStr

You can override this setting with the -l, –log-level command line parameter.

Example: “info,tor_proto::channel=trace”

journald: Option<String>

Filtering directives for the journald logger.

Only takes effect if Arti is built with the journald filter.

files: Vec<LogfileConfig>

Configuration for one or more logfiles.

The default is not to log to any files.

log_sensitive_information: bool

If set to true, we disable safe logging on all logs, and store potentially sensitive information at level info or higher.

This can be useful for debugging, but it increases the value of your logs to an attacker. Do not turn this on in production unless you have a good log rotation mechanism.

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