I am setting up a NGINX node as container using docker compose file. my compose file as below: version: ‘3.9’ services: reverse_proxy_nginx: image: nginx:1.19.10-alpine container_name: reverse_proxy_nginx networks: external_net: ipv4_address: 192.168.100.10 ports: – "80:80" volumes: – ./static/:/usr/share/nginx/html/ – ./nginx.conf:/etc/nginx/nginx.conf:ro – /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro command: sh -c "rm -f /etc/nginx/conf.d/* && nginx -c /etc/nginx/nginx.conf" tty: true networks: external_net: external: ..
I’m running Nginx in a Docker container, and my error log keeps filling up with NULL characters, so it looks like this: Has anyone come across this before, and is there a tweak I can do to prevent it? Source: Docker..
I have a monolithic Nodejs application running in a docker container locally. I recently added logging to the setup using winston library & Graylog for log management. Because of a tight budget, I plan to deploy to a single instance of AWS Lightsail (Lightsail containers is not an option as it exceeds my budget). My ..
I’m completely new to the Docker world and no matter where ever I searched for it, it seems like there’s no applicable solution. I know many questions asks about the same issue surrounding logging, yet I could not find a basic, detailed solution that will help me to apply it myself. tldr; I currently have ..
I have multiple containers running in docker-compose & fluentd also in docker v1.12-1 I need to add a version from tag of each image into it’s resulting fluentd log. So if I upgrade some containers to new a version I can see what version is running. I don’t want to embed any variable & etc ..
I have a consul server running as a docker image in a docker-compose environment, I want to copy the logs to a file in the host machine in real-time. I want to automate the process of copying files. NOTE: I am aware of other similar answers, but none of them work for me, as I ..
my application’s services are deployed via docker-compose. Currently, I also deployed Grafana, Loki and Promtail within the same docker-compose network. Following the getting-started guide, collecting and displaying the log files from /var/log with the config – job_name: system entry_parser: raw static_configs: – targets: – localhost labels: job: varlogs __path__: /var/log/*log works fine. However, my backend ..
I am using Docker desktop for windows. Docker Engine v20.10.5 I want to see the logs of a container that is not starting up due to some error. I do have a container if of the container. The question is where can I find docker container logs on Microsoft Windows 10 enterprise edition operating system ..
How do I pass docker image tag (docker-compose) to logs? I want to see app version in logs & using denver tags for that. I’m using fluentd driver & latest fluentd 1.12. I was looking at log tag option but I don’t see any way to pass tag there https://docs.docker.com/config/containers/logging/log_tags/ Source: Docker..
I have a kubernetes cluster with 3 pod up and running. I saw they stop writing to their logs when running kubectl logs test-dvbs8 After I restart one of them its didnt even start writing to the log, the filesystem is not full. any idea why this might happen? NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE test-dvbs8 ..