Instructions for setting up a Kubernetes cluster.

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This page will explain how logging works within a Juju deployed cluster.

Before you begin

This page assumes you have a working Juju deployed cluster.

Agent Logging

The juju debug-log will show all of the consolidated logs of all the Juju agents running on each node of the cluster. This can be useful for finding out why a specific node hasn’t deployed or is in an error state. These agent logs are located in /var/lib/juju/agents on every node.

See the Juju documentation for more information.

Managing log verbosity

Log verbosity in Juju is set at the model level. You can adjust it at any time:

juju add-model k8s-development --config logging-config='<root>=DEBUG;unit=DEBUG'

and later

juju config-model k8s-production --config logging-config='<root>=ERROR;unit=ERROR'

In addition, the jujud daemon is started in debug mode by default on all controllers. To remove that behavior edit /var/lib/juju/init/jujud-machine-0/ on the controller node and comment the --debug section.

It then contains:

#!/usr/bin/env bash

# Set up logging.
touch '/var/log/juju/machine-0.log'
chown syslog:syslog '/var/log/juju/machine-0.log'
chmod 0600 '/var/log/juju/machine-0.log'
exec >> '/var/log/juju/machine-0.log'
exec 2>&1

# Run the script.
'/var/lib/juju/tools/machine-0/jujud' machine --data-dir '/var/lib/juju' --machine-id 0 # --debug

Then restart the service with:

sudo systemctl restart jujud-machine-0.service

See the official documentation for more information about logging and other model settings in Juju.


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