Data Management for VMware Tanzu uses an S3-compatible object store to save log bundles generated on the Provider VM. You configure the object storage repository and the bucket in which Data Management for VMware Tanzu stores the bundles by setting the Provider Log Repo Url. Configuring Provider log storage settings enables you to generate and store logs for troubleshooting.
Before you configure the Provider log repository, ensure that you have the object store credentials on hand, and that you can identify and have pre-created the bucket.
The Provider log repository endpoint must be resolvable by the DNS server specified at the time of Provider VM deployment.
Perform the following procedure to configure the Provider log bundle object storage repository:
Select Settings from the left navigation pane.
This actions displays the Settings view, Information pane.
Select the Storage Settings tab to view and configure/update the repository settings.
Navigate to the table row that identifies the Provider Log Repo Url.
Click on Add configuration in the status column, or click the three vertical dots in the Action column, and select Update from the pop-up menu.
The Configure Settings or Update Settings form displays.
Set/Update the desired properties:
|Setting Type||The name of the object store setting - Provider Log Repo Url. (Read-only)|
|Storage Type||Select the type of storage from the drop-down list. You can choose S3_COMPATIBLE_STORAGE or AWS.|
|Storage URL1||The URL to the object store. If you do not specify the protocol, Data Management for VMware Tanzu assumes it to be
|AWS Region||If you selected the AWS storage type, specify the AWS region for the object store.|
|Access Key||The access key for the object store.|
|Secret Key||The secret key for the object store.|
|Bucket Name||The name of the bucket.|
1 If you selected the AWS Storage Type, refer to the Amazon Simple Storage Service documentation describing the URL endpoints for specific regions.
Click SAVE or UPDATE to apply the settings.