cilium-bugtool

Collects agent & system information useful for bug reporting

Synopsis

Collects agent & system information useful for bug reporting

cilium-bugtool [OPTIONS] [flags]

Examples

    # Collect information and create archive file
    $ cilium-bugtool
    [...]

    # Collect and retrieve archive if Cilium is running in a Kubernetes pod
    $ kubectl get pods --namespace kube-system
    NAME                          READY     STATUS    RESTARTS   AGE
    cilium-kg8lv                  1/1       Running   0          13m
    [...]
    $ kubectl -n kube-system exec cilium-kg8lv cilium-bugtool
    $ kubectl cp kube-system/cilium-kg8lv:/tmp/cilium-bugtool-243785589.tar /tmp/cilium-bugtool-243785589.tar

Options

      --archive                   Create archive when false skips deletion of the output directory (default true)
      --archive-prefix string     String to prefix to name of archive if created (e.g., with cilium pod-name)
  -o, --archiveType string        Archive type: tar | gz (default "tar")
      --config string             Configuration to decide what should be run (default "./.cilium-bugtool.config")
      --dry-run                   Create configuration file of all commands that would have been executed
      --enable-markdown           Dump output of commands in markdown format
      --exec-timeout duration     The default timeout for any cmd execution in seconds (default 30s)
      --get-pprof                 When set, only gets the pprof traces from the cilium-agent binary
  -h, --help                      help for cilium-bugtool
  -H, --host string               URI to server-side API
      --k8s-label string          Kubernetes label for Cilium pod (default "k8s-app=cilium")
      --k8s-mode                  Require Kubernetes pods to be found or fail
      --k8s-namespace string      Kubernetes namespace for Cilium pod (default "kube-system")
      --pprof-port int            Port on which pprof server is exposed (default 6060)
      --pprof-trace-seconds int   Amount of seconds used for pprof CPU traces (default 180)
  -t, --tmp string                Path to store extracted files (default "/tmp")