A Logspout adapter for writing Docker container logs to AWS CloudWatch.
Route logs from all containers to CloudWatch by starting logspout with the following options:
docker run --name=logspout --hostname=$HOSTNAME \ -e AWS_REGION=us-west-2 \ -v /var/run/docker.sock:/tmp/docker.sock my-logspout-container cloudwatch://my-log-group
Once started, this container will create a new Log Stream (
$HOSTNAME) within the specified Log Group (
my-log-group) and begin streaming Docker container logs into CloudWatch.
This example depends on a custom Logspout container (
my-logspout-container) built with the logspout-cloudwatch module and an existing CloudWatch Log Group (
my-log-group). See gliderlabs/logspout#modules for more information on building custom logspout containers.
logspout-cloudwatch accepts a number of environment variables that can be used to customize behavior.
Determines the AWS region to which logs will be sent. This option is required.
Determines the log level used for logspout-cloudwatch logs. This option defaults to
INFO, and logspout-cloudwatch will only log startup information, information about failed uploads, and information about rejected events. Set this option to
DEBUG for detailed information about each uploaded log batch.