Create Your Own Custom Log File in Laravel



This laravel logging tutorial is going to show you how we can create custom log file. So in this Laravel custom log file example, you will able to create your own log file. In this post i will discuss how to create custom log file in laravel. 

Laravel by default provide their own log file located inside storage/logs/laravel.log file where it shows log data. But sometime you may require to create your own log file. For this purpose i am here to help you create your own custom log file.

config/logging.php

...
'channels' => [
        ...
        'codecheef' => [
            'driver' => 'single',
            'path' => storage_path('logs/codecheef.log'),
            'level' => 'info',
        ],
....

 

In your web.php for test

routes/web.php

Route::get('create-custom-log', function () {
  
    \Log::channel('codecheef')->info('This is testing for codecheef.org!');
    dd('done');
     
});

 

now you can check your own.

storage/logs/codecheef.log

[2021-04-21 11:46:41] local.INFO: This is testing for codecheef.org! 

 

Read also : Vue Js Loading Spinner Example After Submitting Form

 

Hope it can help you to create your custom Log file.

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