"Hi, when I was using Kong with Helm, I noticed these lines:
Are these the locations where Kong stores its logs, and does it require an enterprise version for this to work?"
@Abhin_23 - This means that the logs are being sent to STDOUT and STDERR which is the default location for logs. This does not require an enterprise license.
You can find them using
kubectl logs pod-id -n namespace
If you exec into the pod - you can find it here. It won’t be written to a file but rather redirected
lrwxrwxrwx 1 kong kong 11 Nov 25 08:12 access.log -> /dev/stdout
lrwxrwxrwx 1 kong kong 11 Nov 25 08:12 admin_access.log -> /dev/stdout
lrwxrwxrwx 1 kong kong 11 Nov 25 08:12 error.log -> /dev/stderr