If you’re troubleshooting an app or a deployment, each second counts! Cloud Logging helps you troubleshoot by aggregating logs from throughout Google Cloud, on-premises or different clouds, indexing, aggregating logs into metrics, scanning for distinctive errors with Error Reporting and making logs out there for search, all in lower than a minute. And now, we’ve constructed two new options for streaming logs to provide you even more energizing insights out of your logs information.
By in style demand from Linux customers, we added a brand new instrument to imitate the conduct of the
tail -f command, which lets you show the contents of a log file to the console in actual time. We’ve additionally included upgrades past the well-loved tail instrument comparable to looking out throughout all logs from all of your assets without delay and the power to make use of Cloud Logging’s highly effective logging query language together with international search, common expressions, substring matches, and so on., all nonetheless in real-time.
You need to use the logging question language with the brand new dwell characteristic to seek out info in your logs in real-time. For instance, let’s say you simply deployed a brand new software and need to have a look at all error logs:
gcloud alpha logging tail "severity>=ERROR"
However this returns too many outcomes so that you slender the scope to simply logs that embody the textual content “currency”:
gcloud alpha logging tail "severity>=ERROR AND foreign money"
This search returns a significant set of logs, all nonetheless in actual time.