01_timber.config file to your
mkdir -p .ebextensionscurl -o .ebextensions/01_timber_install.config https://gist.githubusercontent.com/binarylogic/26f97f4ef3589bdbdd14e65fd4c002a8/raw/ca9ab56fcc18c62d9e1ba22964e6e3e0c0f6915a/001_timber.config
Package your source bundle and upload it to AWS Elastic Beanstalk as usual.
001_timber.config file installs FluentBit as a log forwarder. As such, please refer to FluentBit's configuration documentation on the various options available. All of the options can be modified in the
"/tmp/td-agent-bit.conf": section of the
This depends on your use-case, but we've typically found the following log files to be valuable:
Apache HTTP Access Log -
Apache HTTP Error Log -
Nginx Access Log -
Nginx Error Log -
Please refer to the AWS docs on Elastic Beanstalk log locations for a comprehensive guide and list. If you are unsure, it is recommended that you SSH onto the server to locate the actual paths of your log files.
Because the AWS Elastic Bean Stalk integration relies on Fluent Bit we recommend reviewing the following troubleshooting guides: