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Pushing logs from the Kubernetes cluster using a fluentd

The following Kubernetes logs collector can be used to push your Kubernetes logs to LogSense.

How to run it

Setting this up is as easy as two kubectl commands:

kubectl create secret -n kube-system generic logsense-token --from-literal=logsense-token=YOUR-LOGSENSE-TOKEN-HERE

kubectl apply -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/collectivesense/logsense-fluentd-kubernetes-daemonset/master/logsense-fluentd-daemonset-logsense.yaml

RBAC rules

If your cluster uses RBAC Authorization then you need to use some additional configuration. In such case please use the following spec file:

kubectl apply -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/collectivesense/logsense-fluentd-kubernetes-daemonset/master/logsense-fluentd-daemonset-logsense-rbac.yaml

How does it work

The deamonset creates a logging agent pod on every node of the Kubernetes cluster and takes care of the logs collection and distribution.

It uses the Fluentd Kubernetes DeamonSet underneath.