[Solved]-Django manage.py runserver verbosity


You can now set the verbosity with the verbosity flag:

./manage.py runserver --verbosity 0



There is no way to make the command less verbose with options. You can however pipe the output someplace where you don’t need to care about it. On Linux/OS X/*nix you can pipe the output to /dev/null with something like:

$ ./manage.py runserver > /dev/null

The equivalent on windows would be something like:

python manage.py runserver > NUL

One last note: If you are seeking to suppress the output as a matter of preference in your development environment, awesome! This should work for you. If you are seeking to do this for almost any other reason, it’s probably a sign that you are using the dev server for something which you shouldn’t. “./manage.py runserver” should never be used for anything other than local development.



I managed to pull it off by disabling logging in general, as I am launching my application as a subprocess of different application. Documentation.

This blocks all logs including Watching for file changes with StatReloader.

And all logs of this kind: [31/Jul/2020 20:42:17] "GET /admin/ HTTP/1.1" 200 6641.

By adding this to my settings.py:

    "version": 1,
    "disable_existing_loggers": True,

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