Elastic Logging Plugin usage examplesedit

The following examples show common configurations for the Elastic Logging Plugin.

Send Docker logs to Elasticsearchedit

Docker run command:

docker run --log-driver=elastic/elastic-logging-plugin:7.13.2 \
           --log-opt hosts="myhost:9200" \
           --log-opt user="myusername" \
           --log-opt password="mypassword" \
           -it debian:jessie /bin/bash

Daemon configuration:

{
  "log-driver" : "elastic/elastic-logging-plugin:7.13.2",
  "log-opts" : {
    "hosts" : "myhost:9200",
    "user" : "myusername",
    "password" : "mypassword",
  }
}

Send Docker logs to Elasticsearch Service on Elastic Cloudedit

Docker run command:

docker run --log-driver=elastic/elastic-logging-plugin:7.13.2 \
           --log-opt cloud_id="MyElasticStack:daMbY2VudHJhbDekZ2NwLmN4b3VkLmVzLmliJDVkYmQwtGJiYjs0NTRiN4Q5ODJmNGUwm1IxZmFkNjM5JDFiNjdkMDE4MTgxMTQzNTM5ZGFiYWJjZmY0OWIyYWE5" \
           --log-opt cloud_auth="myusername:mypassword" \
           -it debian:jessie /bin/bash

Daemon configuration:

{
  "log-driver" : "elastic/elastic-logging-plugin:7.13.2",
  "log-opts" : {
    "cloud_id" : "MyElasticStack:daMbY2VudHJhbDekZ2NwLmN4b3VkLmVzLmliJDVkYmQwtGJiYjs0NTRiN4Q5ODJmNGUwm1IxZmFkNjM5JDFiNjdkMDE4MTgxMTQzNTM5ZGFiYWJjZmY0OWIyYWE5",
    "cloud_auth" : "myusername:mypassword",
    "output.elasticsearch.index" : "elastic-log-driver-%{+yyyy.MM.dd}"
  }
}

Specify a custom index and templateedit

Docker run command:

docker run --log-driver=elastic/elastic-logging-plugin:7.13.2 \
           --log-opt hosts="myhost:9200" \
           --log-opt user="myusername" \
           --log-opt password="mypassword" \
           --log-opt index="eld-%{[agent.version]}-%{+yyyy.MM.dd}" \
           -it debian:jessie /bin/bash

Daemon configuration:

{
  "log-driver" : "elastic/elastic-logging-plugin:7.13.2",
  "log-opts" : {
    "hosts" : "myhost:9200",
    "user" : "myusername",
    "index" : "eld-%{[agent.version]}-%{+yyyy.MM.dd}",
    "password" : "mypassword",
  }
}