On another K8s cluster, I deployed a Fluentd Daemonset which collects all conteiner logs and stores them in an nfs volume mounted in the daemonset. For this I used the fluentd config below:
I would like to do the same on another cluster which was set up using Rancher, but it seems Rancher uses it’s own deployment of fluentd to do this. One can ship the logs to a target but I would like to simply store them in a mounted nfs.
Is there any way to change the fluentd daemonset created by rancher? Or any other way to achieve this?