Docker 18.09.03, UCPv3.1.4 using swarm not K8s.
I’ve got an external drive where all containers need to keep their log files. These are plain text files (hundreds of them) from hundreds of applications. The application log files need to be in one place for the moment so we have an audit trail that’s searchable at any given time.
I created a named volume in the Dockerfile (VOLUME $HOME/log/dbs). Great, we never lose our log file for this application, but it doesn’t give us a consolidated place to view all log files outside the swarm.
I have an NFS mnt point. How do I get the log files to save to the NFS mout as well as what it’s doing now?
I created a volume called testinglogs. How do I point the log files that are inside $home/log/dbs to also save out to the testinglogs volume? I’m not utilizing docker-compose but UCP and the Dockerfile for the application. Is this not the right way? The volume information is:
docker volume inspect testinglogs
I’ve read the docs but it’s not clear what my next steps are. Any references to additional information or any tips are very appreciated.