Serverless plugin for forwarding CloudWatch logs to another Lambda function.
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Make sure you have the following installed before starting:
To install the plugin, run:
npm install serverless-log-forwarding
Then make the following edits to your
plugins:- serverless-log-forwardingcustom:logForwarding:destinationARN: '[ARN of Lambda Function to forward logs to]'# optional:roleArn: '[ARN of the IAM role that grants Cloudwatch Logs permissions]'filterPattern: '[filter pattern for logs that are sent to Lambda function]'normalizedFilterID: true # whether to use normalized function name as filter IDstages:- '[name of the stage to apply log forwarding]'- '[another stage name to filter]'createLambdaPermission: true # whether to create the AWS::Lambda::Permission for the destinationARN (when policy size limits are a concern)functions:myFunction:handler: src/someHandler# optional properties for per-function configuration:logForwarding:# set enabled to false to disable log forwarding for a single given functionenabled: false
To run the test:
All tests should pass.
If there is an error update the node_module inside the serverless-log-forwarding folder:
The plugin will be packaged with the lambda when deployed as normal using Serverless:
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