By: Thu Nguyen
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2. Follow the instructions to get the LogDNA agent set up on your server
3. Specify your logging directories
By default, LogDNA logs all extensionless and .log files in /var/log/.
To add directories or files to log, you can use the commands:
logdna-agent -d /path/to/my/logfiles
logdna-agent -f /path/to/my/file.log
If you need more complex logic, you can also view and set specific paths (as well as glob patterns) in /etc/logdna.conf.
logdir = /var/log,/home/myuser/mylogdir,/etc/myapp/**.log
Glob patterns can be tricky, so unless you need this type of logic, we recommend using regular file paths. However, if you ever need a glob patterns reference guide, we recommend the wonderful Wikipedia.
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