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There are two logging scopes that are opened by ASP.NET Core by default. One of those is the HostingLogScope that is opened at the beginning of every request (if at least critical logging is enabled). Serilog does pretty much the same but stores all properties in the log event.What is the hostinglogscope in serilog?
One of those is the HostingLogScope that is opened at the beginning of every request (if at least critical logging is enabled). Serilog does pretty much the same but stores all properties in the log event. That’s why you don’t find an explicit reference to RequestId but it’s still there when you specify the logging string format to include it.What is the difference between Microsoft Hosting and Microsoft lifetime logs?
The "Microsoft.Hosting.Lifetime" category is more specific than the "Microsoft" category, so the "Microsoft.Hosting.Lifetime" category logs at log level "Information" and higher. A specific log provider is not specified, so LogLevel applies to all the enabled logging providers except for the Windows EventLog.Should I use httpcontext or httpscopes for logging?
For logging purposes, falling back to the HttpContext is not the way to go though. The Microsoft.Extensions.Logging abstractions support logging scopes which is a way to provide additional information to the loggers that apply within that scope.