In order to efficiently operate a node in any Ark network you need to get some insight into what actually went wrong when any issues occur on your node.
The default logger we provide is winston which allows you to use multiple transports with very little configuration needed.
A look under the hood
Let's take a closer look at how the logger is bootstrapped and how easy it is to extend it.
const logManager = manager.get('logManager') await logManager.makeDriver(new WinstonDriver(options)) return logManager.driver()
The first thing we do is to grab an instance of the
LogManager that is available through the
Container that provides us with all instances of other plugins.
Next we create an instance of our
WinstonDriver which is the concrete implementation of a
LoggerInterface provided by
@arkecosystem/core-logger which uses winston.
Imagine how you could implement a
TelegramDriver that sends all error messages to your telegram group but logs others into a file.