In this article, I'll be going through how to setup Logio in Docker and get your docker projects logs streaming to your browser using http://logio.org/
Caveat: This article assumes you know the basics about Docker, we'll only be covering how to use a Docker logio container and link it to your projects log files
So assuming you're using docker-compose, and a docker-compose.yaml you need to add the following YAML to your docker-compose.yaml
I will be omiting the network configurations, so use what you've got configured for yours!
This configures the web server portion of Logio
logioweb: hostname: air-logs image: 'blacklabelops/logio:latest' # container_name: logio environment: - 'LOGIO_ADMIN_USER=' - 'LOGIO_ADMIN_PASSWORD=' - LOGIO_CERTIFICATE_DNAME= ports: - '28778:28778' volumes: - '/opt/server'
This is the important part, where you can configure your logs, there are many other different options available in this container, but I found for projects which generate logs, this is the most appropriate implementation.
harvester: image: 'blacklabelops/logio:latest' environment: - 'DELAYED_START=10' - 'LOGIO_HARVESTER_NODENAME=DockerLogs' - 'LOGIO_HARVESTER1STREAMNAME=WhateverYouWantToNameYourStream' - 'LOGIO_HARVESTER1LOGSTREAMS=/var/log/path-to-logs' - 'LOGIO_HARVESTER1FILEPATTERN=*.log' volumes: - '/var/lib/docker:/var/lib/docker' - './log/eagleeye/:/var/log/eagleeye/' links: - logioweb:logio user: root command: harvester
To get your project logs showing up, it's just a case of adding the following 3 environment variables per project:
Note the number (1) in each of these, this is because you can create as many streams for Logio as you want, all you need to do, is create the 3 environment variables in your docker-compose.yaml again, and increment that number. e.g.
So long as your log files exist when you then go and do a
docker-compose up -d it will load up the streams as you've named them, and voila presto! Go to http://localhost:28778 and you should see your logs