Manage logs

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The reason you would do this is X, Y, and Z.

This can be a multiline description but should probably be brief.

Manage logs in the UI

These instructions require Docker Enterprise

The UI instructions shown here are for the dashboard provided with Docker Enterprise Standard or higher.

To do this foobar task, you’ll want to flip the switch under Tasks > Foobar, enter your Lorem Ipsum value for Universal Control Plane 3.0, then click Save.

Image number 1

To do this foobar task, you’ll want to flip the switch under Tasks > Foobar, enter your Lorem Ipsum value for Universal Control Plane 2.2, then click Save.

Image number 2

Manage logs in the CLI

The command line workflow is essentially the same across the various CLIs. First you enumerate the services on the node of choice, then you run the foobar command.

$ docker stack deploy -c test.yml smokestack

The command line workflow is essentially the same across the various CLIs. First you enumerate the services on the node of choice, then you run the foobar command.

PS> docker stack deploy -c test.yml smokestack

The command line workflow is essentially the same across the various CLIs. First you enumerate the services on the node of choice, then you run the foobar command.

$ kubectl get pod -f ./pod.yaml

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