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I'm running a test and having issues with logging, if I call
logging.shutdow n() and then want to start the logging going again then I
get a problem as if I call shutdown, I can't get the root logger again,
such as :

..>>> import logging
..>>> objTestLogger = logging.getLogg er()
..>>> objTestLogger.s etLevel(logging .INFO)
..>>> objTestLogger.a ddHandler(loggi ng.FileHandler( 'c:\\test.log') )
..>>> objTestLogger.i nfo("THIS IS A TEST")
..>>> logging.shutdow n()
..>>> objTestLogger = logging.getLogg er()
..>>> objTestLogger.s etLevel(logging .INFO)
..>>> objTestLogger.i nfo("THIS IS A TEST")
..Traceback (most recent call last):
.. File "<stdin>", line 1, in ?
.. File "c:\program files\python23\ lib\logging\__i nit__.py", line 893,
in info
.. apply(self._log , (INFO, msg, args), kwargs)
.. File "c:\program files\python23\ lib\logging\__i nit__.py", line 994,
in _log
.. self.handle(rec ord)
.. File "c:\program files\python23\ lib\logging\__i nit__.py", line 1004,
in handle
.. self.callHandle rs(record)
.. File "c:\program files\python23\ lib\logging\__i nit__.py", line 1037,
in callHandlers
.. hdlr.handle(rec ord)
.. File "c:\program files\python23\ lib\logging\__i nit__.py", line 592,
in handle
.. self.emit(recor d)
.. File "c:\program files\python23\ lib\logging\han dlers.py", line 103,
in emit
.. self.stream.see k(0, 2) #due to non-posix-compliant Windows feature
..ValueError: I/O operation on closed file

This means that I any code that write or use, if it calls
logging.shutdow n the logging is buggered for that process - is my
analysis correct?




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