Package local provides a logger implementation that stores logs on disk.
Log messages are encoded as protobufs with a header and footer for each message. The header and footer are big-endian binary encoded uint32 values which indicate the size of the log message. The header and footer of each message allows you to efficiently read through a file either forwards or in backwards (such as is the case when tailing a file)
Example log message format: [This is a log message.][This is another log message.]
const ( // Name is the name of the driver Name = "local" )
LogOptKeys are the keys names used for log opts passed in to initialize the driver.
New creates a new local logger You must provide the `LogPath` in the passed in info argument, this is the file path that logs are written to.
ValidateLogOpt looks for log driver specific options.
CreateConfig is used to configure new instances of driver