I am trying to log my containered applications via Docker using syslog/rsyslog as logging driver. For this I used the instructions from https://www.commandprompt.com/blog/docker-logging-with-rsyslog/ . For the first container it worked fined. With the second container I get following error message: "ERROR: for tomcat Cannot create container for service tomcat: stat /dev/log/: not a directory". Working ..
I’m working on collecting logs from docker containerized application. I’m able to bring the logs to stdout output plugin but when I am trying syslog output plugin then it is not writing on syslog server. Below is the configuration file. [SERVICE] Parsers_File /etc/td-agent-bit/parsers.conf [INPUT] Name forward [Output] name syslog match * host 127.0.0.1 port 514 ..
Inside a Docker container which doesn’t have rsyslogd installed, what happens to logs from the command logger error "my error message"? It seems odd to have the logger command available, without anything to capture and process the log events it emits. I would naively have expected, both the logger command and the mechanism to process ..
We have an Ubuntu 18.04.1 bionic container running on a ubuntu 18.04.1 bionic workstation. In the container we run RSyslog to log output from a number of applications. The logging works but when it is time to rotate the logfile we get the following error execve("/opt/xxxxx/logrotation.sh", ["/opt/xxxxx/logrotation.sh", "/var/log/xxxx/appl.log"], 0x7ffc5b84a8d8 /* 18 vars */) = -1 ..
i’ve been trying to build a docker sentinel-syslog-ingestor and need some advice around environment variables. I still pretty new to writing dockerfiles and thought this would be a good project to start on. How would you define environment variables like workspaceID and primarykey in the file itself, so when it comes to loading this file ..
I want to take all the log file which are present in location and send that logs to syslog server. Step by Step?? Than after that syslog server to logstash. Source: Docker..
I have a docker container running logging with gelf to a logging instance via udp — all fine! The container is based on Ubuntu 18 where rsyslog is running as a service, which works well. Inside the container is a FastAPI application running with uvicorn webserver. It also works perfectly and uvicorn is perfectly logging ..
We have a high-scale API that’s currently logging specifically information locally to a syslog facility, which gets routed to a unique file (e.g. /var/log/local5.log). These logs are serialized as JSON and then picked up by the AWS Kinesis agent and sent to a Kinesis firehose. Containerizing the API is pretty straight forward, but the local ..
I have a small docker-compose setup that doesn’t justify a separate logging server. However, I want logs to persist between containers recreation. I would like to write the logs into plain text files to be able to search through them afterwards. Getting Docker to log to Syslog was not a problem. However, getting Syslog to ..
I have some applications which can send logs to the server’s syslog service. (For example(!!): squid’s access log) But there is no syslog service in the containers by default. Do I need to install and start rsyslogd or syslog-ng in the container, before installing my own application? Or is it possible to setup a container, ..