To check Minikube logs, follow these steps:
- Open a terminal or command prompt.
- Start Minikube using the command: minikube start (or minikube start --vm-driver=
- Once Minikube is up and running, you can check the logs using the command: minikube logs.
- This command will display the logs of Minikube and its associated components such as Kubernetes, etcd, and the container runtime.
- You can scroll through the logs to find information about the Minikube setup, any errors or warnings, and details about the Kubernetes cluster.
- If you want to follow the logs live as they are being generated, you can use the -f or --follow flag: minikube logs -f.
- Press Ctrl+C to stop following the logs and return to the command prompt.
minikube logs command only displays the logs of the Minikube instance running on your local machine. If you have a multi-node cluster, you can use the Kubernetes standard commands (
kubectl logs) to check the logs of specific pods or services.