pino-multi-stream - 🌲 A wrapper for Pino to provide Bunyan's multiple stream API

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pino-multi-stream is a wrapper around the pino logger. The purpose of pino-multi-stream is to provide a stop-gap method for migrating from the Bunyan logger. Whereas pino allows only one destination stream, pino-multi-stream allows multiple destination streams via the same configuration API as Bunyan.Please see the caveats section for some important information regarding the performance of this module.

https://github.com/pinojs/pino-multi-stream#readme

Dependencies:

pino : ^4.7.1

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