By default, goiardi logs to standard output. A log file may be specified with the
-L/--log-file flag, or goiardi can log to syslog with the
-s/--syslog flag on platforms that support syslog. Attempting to use syslog on a platform that doesn’t support syslog (currently Windows and plan9 (although plan9 doesn’t build for other reasons)) will result in an error.
Log levels can be set in goiardi with either the
log-level option in the configuration file, the
--log-level flag on the command line, the
$GOIARDI_LOG_LEVEL environment variable, or with one to five
-V flags on the command line. Log level options are “debug”, “info”, “warning”, “error”, “critical”, and “fatal”. More
-V on the command line means more spewing into the log.