To help diagnose LogStream problems, you can share a diagnostic bundle with Cribl Support. The bundle contains a snapshot of configuration files and logs at the time the bundle was created, and gives troubleshooters insights into how LogStream was configured and operating at that time.
The following directories (and their contents) off of
$CRIBL_HOME are included:
/state/jobs/*– includes only the latest 10 task from the latest 10 jobs.
Users can create and securely share bundles with Cribl Support either from the UI or from the CLI. In either case, you'll need outbound internet access to https://diag-upload.cribl.io and a valid Support Case number.
To create a bundle, go to Settings > Diagnostics > Diagnostic Bundle and click Create diagnostic bundle.
- To download the bundle locally to your machine, click Export.
- To share the bundle with Cribl Support, toggle Send to Cribl Support to Yes, enter your case number, and then click Export.
You can create a bundle from individual workers if you have the Worker UI access setting enabled. Go to Workers > <worker-name> > System Settings > Diagnostics > Diagnostic Bundle, and click Create Diagnostic Bundle.
Previously created bundles are stored in
$CRIBL_HOME/diag. They're also listed in the UI, where you can re-download them or share them with Cribl Support.
To create a bundle using the CLI, use the
# $CRIBL_HOME/bin/cribl diag Usage: [sub-command] [options] [args] Commands: get - List existing Cribl LogStream diagnostic bundles create - Creates diagnostic bundle for Cribl LogStream send - Send LogStream diagnostic bundle to Cribl Support, args: -c <caseNumber> - Cribl Case Number [-p <path>] - Diagnostic bundle path (if empty, then new bundle will be created) ## Creating a diagnostic bundle # $CRIBL_HOME/bin/cribl diag create Created Cribl LogStream diagnostic bundle at /opt/cribl/diag/cribl-logstream-<hostname>-<datetime>.tar.gz. ## Creating and sending a diagnostic bundle # $CRIBL_HOME/bin/cribl diag send -c 420420 Sent LogStream diagnostic bundle to Cribl Support ## Sending a previously created diagnostic bundle # $CRIBL_HOME/bin/cribl diag send -p /opt/cribl/diag/cribl-logstream-<hostname>-<datetime>.tar.gz -c 420420 Sent LogStream diagnostic bundle to Cribl Support
Updated 29 days ago