Logging is disabled by default. You will need to enable logging features explicitly at the Workspace level, if you want to capture and view log data.
Before you begin, you must:
- Be a cluster administrator with permissions to configure cluster-level platform services.
- Set a default storage class on each attached cluster for successful Loki deployment.
Enable Workspace-level logging
The steps required to enable multi-tenant logging include:
To get started with logging, create the AppDeployments using the CLI. You can also use the Kommander UI to enable the logging applications. When Workspace-level logging is fully-configured and operational, then you can configure Kommander to enable multi-tenant logging, if needed.
Enable logging applications through the UI
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View Cluster Log Data
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