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Use the information below to create a new task definition in the Amazon ECS console with a unique name, such as logspout. See Creating a task definition in the Amazon AWS Documentation for more information.
/var/run/docker.sock as the Volume’s Source path.
syslog+tls://logsN.papertrailapp.com:XXXXX as the Command value, replacing
XXXXX with your log destination’s URL and port, accessible in the Papertrail log destination.
/var/run/docker.sock as the Container path.
Use the information below to create a new service for the newly created task definition in the Amazon ECS console. See Creating an Amazon ECS service in the Amazon AWS Documentation for more information.
There will now be logspout containers running on each host, ready to accept logs from your other containers and send them to Papertrail.
For each container that should log through logspout, edit the container’s task definition with the following:
Once the services are updated, visit the Event viewer to see logs come in.