With fluent-plugin-loggly you will be able to use Loggly as output the logs you collect with Fluentd.
- Install Fluentd
- gem install fluent-plugin-loggly
- Make sure you have an account with Loggly.
- Configure Fluentd as below:
<match your_match> type loggly loggly_url https://logs-01.loggly.com/inputs/xxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxx-xxxxxxxxxx </match>
or if you want to use buffered plugin:
<match your_match> type loggly_buffered loggly_url https://logs-01.loggly.com/bulk/xxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxx-xxxxxxxxxx output_include_time true # add 'timestamp' record into log. (default: true) buffer_type file buffer_path /path/to/buffer/file flush_interval 10s </match>
Note that buffered plugin uses bulk import to improve performance, so make sure to set Bulk endpoint to loggly_url.
xxx-xxxx... is your Loggly access token.
loggly_url the url to your loggly input (string).