Well my user had errors, so I got to restart the docker daemon with
–log-level=warn. And it still dumps many of what appears to be a start of a thread
Oct 27 01:08:32 nice docker/38c522448368: 4 8 r_TtAr r_TtBMD
r_CtBMD r_CtTh r_TbBMD r_TbN r_TbTh r_CtBATA t_TtAr t_TtBMD
t_CtBMD t_CtTh t_TbBMD t_TbN t_TbTh t_CtBATA r_MoArt t_MoArt r_CtTh_EC r_CtBMD_EC1 r_CtPoPct_EC t_CtTh_EC t_CtBMD_EC1 t_CtPoPct_EC
Ex9_fnbmd Ex9cb_pase Ex9cb_impute age7
…and on for about 20 more wrapped lines into the log file, a number of ties an hour.
This is *not* my idea of “warn” log level. Now, I see from the docs that you can’t simply tell it a logfile to use, like /var/log/docker, but I see one of the logging drivers is something called graylog.
So, I’m looking for advice: should I set up graylog, to get this crap out of my syslogs, or is there something else that’s a preferred logging method?