Is there a way to hook up a file handler in the JupyterLab configuration file in order to log all of the console output of JuptyerLab to a file? I’ve tried several approaches and none of them seem to capture everything that we would normally see when we watch the log output in a console after JupyterLab starts. Some of the approaches I have tried (e.g., hooking up a filehandler to the Traitlets logger) only capture a subset of the log output. I am looking for an approach that would capture everything that we normally see in the console when JupyterLab starts. Specifically, I am looking for errors generated by server extensions. If one of my server extensions throws, I would like to see the error.
My server extensions are running in an environment, that I have little control over; hence the problem of trying to get to this log information.