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severity

The severity module defines severity_number values and associated utility functions

Constants

unspecified

type: I64

The severity wasn't specified

trace

type: I64

Trace - default level

trace2

type: I64

Trace - level 2

trace3

type: I64

Trace - level 3

trace4

type: I64

Trace - level 4

debug

type: I64

Debug - default level

debug2

type: I64

Debug - level 2

debug3

type: I64

Debug - level 3

debug4

type: I64

Debug - level 4

info

type: I64

Informational - default level

info2

type: I64

Informational - level 2

info3

type: I64

Informational - level 3

info4

type: I64

Informational - level 4

warn

type: I64

Warning - default level

warn2

type: I64

Warning - level 2

warn3

type: I64

Warning - level 3

warn4

type: I64

Warning - level 4

error

type: I64

Non-fatal ( recoverable ) Error - default level

error2

type: I64

Non-fatal ( recoverable ) Error - level 2

error3

type: I64

Non-fatal ( recoverable ) Error - level 3

error4

type: I64

Non-fatal ( recoverable ) Error - level 4

fatal

type: I64

Fatal ( recoverable ) Error - default level

fatal2

type: I64

Fatal ( recoverable ) Error - level 2

fatal3

type: I64

Fatal ( recoverable ) Error - level 3

fatal4

type: I64

Fatal ( recoverable ) Error - level 4

Functions

to_string(severity_number)

Given a severity_number returns its normative string representation

Returns a string

indicates_error(severity_number)

Given a severity_number is it indicative of a non-fatal or fatal error

Returns a bool

make_default()

Returns the default severity_number

The default severity_number