Last updated 1 year ago by Kayan Azimovdocker
Today we are going to look at managing Jenkins build logs in a dockerized environment. Normally, in order to view the build logs in Jenkins, all you have to do is to go to a particular job and check the logs. Depending on a log rotation configuration, the logs could be saved for N number of builds, days, etc, meaning the old jobs' logs will be lost.
Our aim in this article will be persisting the logs in a centralized fashion, just like any other application logs, so they could be searched, viewed, and monitored from a single location.
We also will be running Jenkins in Docker, meaning if a container is dropped and no other means are in place, like mounting the volume for logs from a host and taking the backup, the logs will be lost.