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logiqctl

Manage your LOGIQ Observability Platform with the logiqctl CLI

LOGIQ comes with logiqctl, a command-line tool that lets you interact with your LOGIQ Observability platform without logging into the UI. Using logiqctl, you can stream logs from LOGIQ, create, view, and manage LOGIQ resources, and view logs for specific namespaces and applications.

You can also use logiqctl to create event rules, manage LOGIQ configurations, and manage LOGIQ licenses without leaving the comfort of your favorite text terminal.

Search, and Stream log data via CLI

  • Stream logs in real-time

    Stream and view log data in your terminal as they are ingested into the LOGIQ Observability platform

  • Comprehensive querying

    Query historical log data for your applications. You can also interactively search and view logs across all your applications and namespaces.

  • Search through your log data

    Search for keywords within your log data across namespaces to identify important patterns and messages

  • View and create event rules

    View event rules configured for a specific namespace or across your LOGIQ stack. You can also create new event rules for namespaces right from your terminal.

  • Create and manage dashboards

    Export dashboards created on LOGIQ and apply them across your clusters. You can also apply crowd-sourced dashboards across clusters using logiqctl.

  • View all your resources

    Query and view all your resources on LOGIQ such as applications, dashboards, namespaces, processes, and queries.

  • View all events

    Query and view events across your LOGIQ stack. You can also filter and view events by application, right from your terminal.

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