Quickstart guide

This document describes the steps needed to bring up the LOGIQ observability stack using docker-compose

Please read and agree with the EULA before proceeding.

Install Docker compose

You can spin-up LOGIQ using docker-compose. Install guide for docker-compose can be found here - https://docs.docker.com/compose/install/

NOTE: the docker-compose quick-start YAML files are intended for demo and trial use only. If you want to run a production deployment, we recommend you use Kubernetes with HELM to deploy the LOGIQ stack. Please contact us at : s a l e s @ l o g i q . a i

Running LOGIQ

NOTE: LOGIQ services use approximately 2GB of memory. Please have sufficient memory in your system before proceeding

The first step is to get the appropriate docker-compose YAML file from the URL below.

⬇ Download the YAML here - https://logiqcf.s3.amazonaws.com/2.1.1/docker-compose.quickstart.yml

You are now ready to bring up the LOGIQ stack.

$docker-compose -f docker-compose.quickstart.yml up -d

NOTE: If you have been running previous versions of LOGIQ docker-compose, you should stop and remove the existing containers by running docker-compose -f docker-compose.quickstart.yml down and remove any older docker volume via docker-compose -f docker-compose.quickstart.yml rm && docker-compose -f docker-compose.quickstart.yml rm -v

Test using LOGIQ UI

Once the LOGIQ server is up and running, the LOGIQ UI can be accessed as described above on port 80 on the server docker-compose. You will be presented with a login screen as shown below.

Use flash-admin@foo.com / flash-password to login

Prometheus monitoring and alerting

The LOGIQ quickstart file includes Prometheus and Alertmanager services and a built-in monitoring dashboard for LOGIQ.

Ingesting data

Please refer to section on data ingestion for more details.

Firewall ports and URLs


LOGIQ exposes the below ports

  • 7514 - Syslog / TCP - TLS

  • 514 - Syslog / TCP - Non TLS

  • 2514 - RELP/Rsyslog / TCP - TLS

  • 20514 - RELP/Rsyslog / TCP - Non TLS

  • 9998 - Server administration web cli

  • 9999 - REST API

  • 8081 - GRPC ( needed for logiqctl CLI )

  • 80 - http

  • 443 - https

  • 24224/24225 - FluentForward protocol port / TLS

The ports used to bind are configurable via the server configuration file. See Server options for more details.