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Seeing ElasticBeanstalk rotated Logs in "Log Files"

rakesh1
Newcomer

My setup:

* AWS Elastic Beanstalk running Tomcat - load balanced - with 1 to 4 instances running at any given time.

* Instances are added and removed based on need so it's not a static set of servers

* Log files from all instances are rotated into an AWS S3 bucket

Questions:

* In the Dynatrace Analyze "Log Files" section, I can only seem to see the current /var/log/tomcat8/xxx.log file (as an example)

* How do I make the rotated log files visible? Continuining the example above, I cannot see the xxx.log file's rotated files that are in /var/log/tomcat8/rotated folder.

* My last 30 days of logs are in the S3 bucket I mentioned before. How do I make them available to Dynatrace so I can analyze older logs for which the servers don't exist anymore? As I mentioned instances are added/deleted on-demand.

2 REPLIES 2

pawel_brzoska
Inactive

Support for AWS S3 bucket logs is on the roadmap. Sorry for late reply.

Karolina_Linda
Community Team
Community Team

To learn more on how to configure AWS S3 log sources, please follow this doc page: https://www.dynatrace.com/support/help/shortlink/additional-log-sources-aws

Regards,

Karolina


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