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What is the best approach for logging levels?

I am currently struggling setting up the log environment. For now, I am using Seq and the Seq.Extensions.Logging package. This works well in my personal case, as there is no team etc involved, so I am the only person viewing at the logs.

However, I'm not sure, what to log and when. For example, what should be included at the Information level, what on the Debug level. Unfortunately, most of the sample projects on GitHub aren't that big, so this topic is mostly out of order.

Are there any guides or good example projects on GitHub that show some of the best approaches?

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Re: What is the best approach for logging levels?

here are few goods examples

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Re: What is the best approach for logging levels?


@JuanMaddox wrote:

I am currently struggling setting up the log environment. For now, I am using Seq and the Seq.Extensions.Logging package. This works well in my personal case, as there is no team etc involved, so I am the only person viewing at the logs.

However, I'm not sure, what to log and when. For example, what should be included at the Information level, what on the Debug level. Unfortunately, most of the sample projects on GitHub aren't that big, so this topic is mostly out of order.

Are there any guides or good example projects on GitHub that show some of the best approaches?


Do you want tutorials? I have also setup this for Mesheble. If you want tutorials do let me know I will share my drive  with you

https://mesheble.com/