Looking for the plugin's configuration parameters? You can find them in the HTTP Log configuration reference doc.
The HTTP Log plugin lets you send request and response logs to an HTTP server.
It also supports stream data (TCP, TLS, and UDP).
The HTTP Log plugin uses internal queues to decouple the production of
log entries from their transmission to the upstream log server. In
contrast to other plugins that use queues, it shares one queue
between all plugin instances that use the same log server parameter.
The equivalence of the log server is determined by the parameters
All plugin instances that have the same values for these parameters
share one queue.
Kong process errors
This logging plugin logs HTTP request and response data, and also supports stream
data (TCP, TLS, and UDP).
The Kong process error file is the Nginx error file.
You can find it at the following path:
Configure the prefix in
Get started with the HTTP Log plugin