A library to integrate Smartlog logging with ClickHouse database for efficient log storage and querying.
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a smartlog destination pushing logs to clickhouse


To start using @push.rocks/smartlog-destination-clickhouse, you need to install it using npm (Node Package Manager). Run the following command in your terminal:

npm install @push.rocks/smartlog-destination-clickhouse --save

This command will download the package and add it as a dependency to your project's package.json file.


@push.rocks/smartlog-destination-clickhouse enables your applications to push logs directly to a ClickHouse database. This can be extremely useful for applications needing to log large amounts of data efficiently and perform complex analytics on logged data.

To get started, you'll first need to import the necessary modules and initialize the smartlog destination for ClickHouse. Here's a step-by-step guide using TypeScript with ESM syntax:

Step 1: Import Modules

First, you need to import the SmartlogDestinationClickhouse class from the package:

import { SmartlogDestinationClickhouse } from '@push.rocks/smartlog-destination-clickhouse';

Step 2: Initialize Smartlog Destination

Before you can push logs to ClickHouse, you need to create an instance of SmartlogDestinationClickhouse and start it. This involves providing configuration details for your ClickHouse instance.

// Define ClickHouse configuration
const clickhouseConfig = {
  host: 'your_clickhouse_host',
  port: 8123, // default ClickHouse HTTP interface port
  db: 'your_database_name',
  user: 'your_clickhouse_user',
  password: 'your_clickhouse_password',

// Create and start the SmartlogDestinationClickhouse instance
const smartlogDestination = await SmartlogDestinationClickhouse.createAndStart(clickhouseConfig);

This setup initializes the connection to your ClickHouse database and prepares it for logging.

Step 3: Log Handling

Now that the setup is complete, you can start handling logs. The handleLog method provided by SmartlogDestinationClickhouse allows you to push log packages to your ClickHouse database.

import { ILogPackage } from '@push.rocks/smartlog-interfaces';

// Sample log package
const sampleLogPackage: ILogPackage<unknown> = {
  logLevel: 'info',
  message: 'This is a test log message',
  additionalData: {
    // Any additional data you wish to log
    key: 'value'

// Handle log
await smartlogDestination.handleLog(sampleLogPackage);

This will push the log to your ClickHouse database, making it available for querying and analysis.


By following these steps, you can efficiently push logs to a ClickHouse database using @push.rocks/smartlog-destination-clickhouse. This setup provides a powerful and scalable logging solution for modern applications, enabling complex analytics on logged data.

Remember to always manage your database connections responsibly and ensure you have appropriate logging levels and data retention policies in place to avoid overwhelming your database with excessive logging data.

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