Observability & Troubleshooting

Logging in Kubernetes

Retrieving Cluster Logs in Kubernetes

To get the logs of a particular instance you can use Kubectl as you would normally.

To get a list of pods you can use kubectl get pods

kubectl get pods --namespace $CLIENT_ID
NAME                           READY   STATUS    RESTARTS   AGE
batch-head-79cb89b844-b4wpb    1/1     Running   2          80m
batch-peer-7cc54bfb76-282p8    1/1     Running   0          72m
intake-api-675bfd4854-98x88    1/1     Running   0          51m
keycloak-5c99c6549b-gvjqr      1/1     Running   0          13d
merge-head-774fdcc468-gznxb    1/1     Running   0          80m
merge-peer-76ccf8d966-sfz45    1/1     Running   0          72m
operator-9957b786d-hww9x       1/1     Running   0          47m
postgres-0                     1/1     Running   0          10d
query-head-5bcd8989c5-wfq89    1/1     Running   0          72m
query-peer-7b85c54bb6-7x7g8    1/1     Running   0          72m
query-peer-7b85c54bb6-zjtwp    1/1     Running   0          33m
rabbitmq-66847bbfc7-wdm4x      1/1     Running   0          72m
redpanda-0                     1/1     Running   0          43m
redpanda-1                     1/1     Running   0          43m
stream-head-7f4dcdc89c-fr899   1/1     Running   0          39m
stream-peer-667c6ddbdd-knrps   1/1     Running   0          51m
traefik-8444885db7-g2vhm       1/1     Running   0          61m
traefik-8444885db7-tp58j       1/1     Running   0          80m
turbine-api-566c9f59bd-w98fq   1/1     Running   0          72m
ui-b8844cc76-5cbgp             1/1     Running   0          80m
version-84466c6dbb-cqgvk       1/1     Running   0          80m
zookeeper-6d5f66fbb6-gwxn6     1/1     Running   0          13d

And then to get a specific pods logs you can use kubectl logs

kubectl logs PODNAME_TO_VIEW --namespace=$CLIENT_ID

Logs for GKE (Google)

Logs for Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) can be found within the Google Cloud console within Operations Logging.


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