The following tips and commands can help you to troubleshoot your Logging operator installation.
First things to do 🔗︎
Check that the necessary CRDs are installed. Issue the following command:
kubectl get crdThe output should include the following CRDs:
clusterflows.logging.banzaicloud.io 2019-12-05T15:11:48Z clusteroutputs.logging.banzaicloud.io 2019-12-05T15:11:48Z flows.logging.banzaicloud.io 2019-12-05T15:11:48Z loggings.logging.banzaicloud.io 2019-12-05T15:11:48Z outputs.logging.banzaicloud.io 2019-12-05T15:11:48Z
Verify that the Logging operator pod is running. Issue the following command:
kubectl get pods |grep logging-operatorThe output should include the a running pod, for example:
NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE logging-demo-log-generator-6448d45cd9-z7zk8 1/1 Running 0 24m
After that, check the following sections for further tips.
Getting Support 🔗︎
Commercial support is also available for the Logging operator.
Before asking for help, prepare the following information to make troubleshooting faster:
- Logging operator version
- kubernetes version
- helm/chart version (if you installed the Logging operator with helm)
- Logging operator logs
- fluentd configuration
- fluentd logs
- fluentbit configuration
- fluentbit logs
Do not forget to remove any sensitive information (for example, passwords and private keys) before sharing.