Cloud logging and the return of `dink`

Early I wrote about my cool new tool dink. It allows you to, without ssh to your Kubernetes nodes, have access to their ‘docker’ for debugging, inspecting, image verifying etc.

Today we were discussing some debuggering of fluent-bit and i thought, why not make it simple to go see the raw logs that would be fed into your log parser? So I updated it.

Now you can run dink and have immediate access to /var/logs/… just like the cloud log parser does. Or dink -n NODE for a specific node’s.

YMMV, void where prohibited.






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