Configuring logiqctl

This page covers installation and configuration of logiqctl


The simplest way to try logiqctl is to download a pre-built binary from the release page. You can also build the binaries directly from source. Instructions are available here.

Configuring logiqctl

logiqctl requires a running Logiq cluster and an api key. See how to get the API key here. After obtaining the API key, run the below commands to configure the logiqctl.

# Set cluster end point
> logiqctl config set-cluster
# Set the API Key
> logiqctl config set-token r0q7EyIxNgVjAqLoIeDioJAWEhAR6wK4Y5XpPb3A
# Set the default namespace
> logiqctl config set-context ngnix

The default namespace settings can be overridden by passing -n flag. Basic operations are covered below, for more detailed documentation refer to the user guide for logiqctl.

logiqctl logs

The logs command is used to view historical logs. The command supports an interactive mode as well which lets the user select application and process.


logiqctl tail

The tail command can be used to view the logs from applications in realtime. The tail command runs an interactive prompt and lets the user choose the application and processes.