Realtime log viewer for docker containers.

Overview

Dozzle - dozzle.dev

Dozzle is a small lightweight application with a web based interface to monitor Docker logs. It doesn’t store any log files. It is for live monitoring of your container logs only.

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Features

  • Intelligent fuzzy search for container names 🤖
  • Search logs using regex 🔦
  • Small memory footprint 🏎
  • Split screen for viewing multiple logs
  • Download logs easy
  • Live stats with memory and CPU usage
  • Authentication with username and password 🚨

Dozzle should work for most. It has been tested with hundreds of containers. However, it doesn't support offline searching. Products like Loggly, Papertrail or Kibana are more suited for full search capabilities.

Dozzle doesn't cost any money and aims to focus on real-time debugging.

Getting Dozzle

Dozzle is a very small Docker container (4 MB compressed). Pull the latest release from the index:

$ docker pull amir20/dozzle:latest

Using Dozzle

The simplest way to use dozzle is to run the docker container. Also, mount the Docker Unix socket with --volume to /var/run/docker.sock:

$ docker run --name dozzle -d --volume=/var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -p 8888:8080 amir20/dozzle:latest

Dozzle will be available at http://localhost:8888/. You can change -p 8888:8080 to any port. For example, if you want to view dozzle over port 4040 then you would do -p 4040:8080.

With Docker swarm

docker service create \
--name=dozzle \
--publish=8888:8080 \
--constraint=node.role==manager \
--mount=type=bind,src=/var/run/docker.sock,dst=/var/run/docker.sock \
amir20/dozzle:latest

With Docker compose

version: "3"
services:
  dozzle:
    container_name: dozzle
    image: amir20/dozzle:latest
    volumes:
      - /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock
    ports:
      - 9999:8080

Security

You can control the device Dozzle binds to by passing --addr parameter. For example,

$ docker run --volume=/var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -p 8888:1224 amir20/dozzle:latest --addr localhost:1224

will bind to localhost on port 1224. You can then use a reverse proxy to control who can see dozzle.

If you wish to restrict the containers shown you can pass the --filter parameter. For example,

$ docker run --volume=/var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -p 8888:1224 amir20/dozzle:latest --filter name=foo

this would then only allow you to view containers with a name starting with "foo". You can use other filters like status as well, please check the official docker command line docs for available filters. Multiple --filter arguments can be provided.

Authentication

Dozzle supports a very simple authentication out of the box with just username and password. You should deploy using SSL to keep the credentials safe. See configuration to use --username and --password.

Changing base URL

Dozzle by default mounts to "/". If you want to control the base path you can use the --base option. For example, if you want to mount at "/foobar", then you can override by using --base /foobar. See env variables below for using DOZZLE_BASE to change this.

$ docker run --volume=/var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -p 8080:8080 amir20/dozzle:latest --base /foobar

Dozzle will be available at http://localhost:8080/foobar/.

Analytics collected

Dozzle collects anonymous user configurations using Google Analytics. Why? Dozzle is an open source project with no funding. As a result, there is no time to do user studies of Dozzle. Analytics is collected to prioritize features and fixes based on how people use Dozzle. This data is completely public and can be viewed live using Data Studio dashboard.

If you do not want to be tracked at all, see the --no-analytics flag below.

Environment variables and configuration

Dozzle follows the 12-factor model. Configurations can use the CLI flags or environment variables. The table below outlines all supported options and their respective env vars.

Flag Env Variable Default
--addr DOZZLE_ADDR :8080
--base DOZZLE_BASE /
--level DOZZLE_LEVEL info
n/a DOCKER_API_VERSION not set
--tailSize DOZZLE_TAILSIZE 300
--filter DOZZLE_FILTER ""
--username DOZZLE_USERNAME ""
--password DOZZLE_PASSWORD ""
--key DOZZLE_KEY ""
--no-analytics DOZZLE_NO_ANALYTICS false

Note: When using username and password DOZZLE_KEY is required for session management.

Troubleshooting and FAQs

I installed Dozzle, but logs are slow or they never load. Help!

Dozzle uses Server Sent Events (SSE) which connects to a server using a HTTP stream without closing the connection. If any proxy tries to buffer this connection, then Dozzle never receives the data and hangs forever waiting for the reverse proxy to flush the buffer. Since version 1.23.0, Dozzle sends the X-Accel-Buffering: no header which should stop reverse proxies buffering. However, some proxies may ignore this header. In those cases, you need to explicitly disable any buffering.

Below is an example with nginx and using proxy_pass to disable buffering.

    server {
        ...

        location / {
            proxy_pass                  http://<dozzle.container.ip.address>:8080;
        }

        location /api {
            proxy_pass                  http://<dozzle.container.ip.address>:8080;

            proxy_buffering             off;
            proxy_cache                 off;
        }
    }

What data does Dozzle collect?

Dozzle does collect some analytics. Analytics is anonymous usage tracking of the features which are used the most. See the section above on how to disable any analytic collection.

In the browser, Dozzle has a strict Content Security Policy which only allows the following policies:

  • Allow connect to api.github.com to fetch most recent version.
  • Only allow <script> and <style> files from self

Dozzle opens all links with rel="noopener".

We have tools that uses Dozzle when a new container is created. How can I get a direct link to a container by name?

Dozzle has a special route that can be used to search containers by name and then forward to that container. For example, if you have a container with name "foo.bar" and id abc123, you can send your users to /show?name=foo.bar which will be forwarded to /container/abc123.

License

MIT

Building

To Build and test locally:

  1. Install NodeJs.
  2. Install Go.
  3. Install reflex with get -u github.com/cespare/reflex outside of dozzle.
  4. Install node modules with pnpm.
  5. Do pnpm dev
Comments
  • Full Dozzle Log not available - limited scroll back

    Full Dozzle Log not available - limited scroll back

    Hi. When I check dozzle on one of my containers, I can only scroll back around 200 lines. But the docker container itself has thousands of lines when I attach to the docker logs directly.

    How can I change the lookback limit so it shows me the full docker log in dozzle?

    Thanks!

    enhancement 
    opened by IAMtheIAM 42
  • v4 is released with JSON support! 👨🏼‍💻

    v4 is released with JSON support! 👨🏼‍💻

    I have officially released the next major version of Dozzle. 🎉 Dozzle v4 has full JSON support for logs. JSON keys can be hidden based on container for easier debugging.

    This version had some major rewrites so I am sure there a bugs. Please use this issue to track any bugs.

    pinned 
    opened by amir20 28
  • Login/password form

    Login/password form

    Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe. If I setup a reverse proxy so I can access logs remotely, the logs of my server (e.g. https://logs.myserver.com) would be accessible to anyone knowing the URL.

    Describe the solution you'd like Add a login/password form option to grant permission to dozzle. I say option to not upset the people choosing to run it local only. ;)

    Describe alternatives you've considered Not have access to my logs remotely? :/

    Additional context Example of simple login: lidarr

    P.S. Thank you for this awesome project regardless!

    enhancement 
    opened by Hukuma1 27
  • Antivirus blocking requests

    Antivirus blocking requests

    Hello !

    Describe the bug

    Since last update (i never touch the docker compose file, every update are done by WatchTower), my container are not showing anymore in Dozzle...

    To Reproduce

    Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    Go to Dozzle main page

    Expected behavior

    My running container are here !

    Screenshots

    Screenshot_51

    Desktop (please complete the following information):

    • OS: Ubuntu : 22.04
    • Docker version : 20.10.16
    • Browser & version : Google Chrome 103.0.5060.114
    • Version : 3.12.7

    If applicable include logs with --level debug and browser logs

    level=info msg="Dozzle version v3.12.7"
    level=debug msg="filterArgs = {map[]}"
    level=info msg="Accepting connections on :8080"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 74ee6bf5943d"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 4a2099e9f593"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: ca413099641f"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 087ed50422c4"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 1237bccfc883"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 1ca8affd3e8e"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 2a13a5f711c7"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 24c6418957a3"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: a4e0e1d54734"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 3911b71a11b1"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 86037674e43d"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 2c900b784472"
    level=debug msg="stopping stats streaming for container 24c6418957a3"
    level=debug msg="stopping stats streaming for container 74ee6bf5943d"
    level=debug msg="stopping stats streaming for container 2c900b784472"
    level=debug msg="stopping stats streaming for container 2a13a5f711c7"
    level=debug msg="stopping stats streaming for container 86037674e43d"
    level=debug msg="stopping stats streaming for container 3911b71a11b1"
    level=debug msg="stopping stats streaming for container a4e0e1d54734"
    level=debug msg="stopping stats streaming for container 1237bccfc883"
    level=debug msg="stopping stats streaming for container 4a2099e9f593"
    level=debug msg="stopping stats streaming for container 087ed50422c4"
    level=debug msg="stopping stats streaming for container ca413099641f"
    level=debug msg="stopping stats streaming for container 1ca8affd3e8e"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 74ee6bf5943d"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 4a2099e9f593"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: ca413099641f"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 087ed50422c4"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 1237bccfc883"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 1ca8affd3e8e"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 2a13a5f711c7"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 24c6418957a3"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: a4e0e1d54734"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 3911b71a11b1"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 86037674e43d"
    level=debug msg="starting to stream stats for: 2c900b784472"
    

    Here here my compose file :

    version: "3"
    services:
      dozzle:
        container_name: dozzle
        image: amir20/dozzle:latest
        volumes:
          - /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock
        environment:
          DOZZLE_LEVEL: debug
        ports:
          - 9999:8080
        labels:
          - com.centurylinklabs.watchtower.enable=true
    

    Thank you for your help ! ^^

    invalid question 
    opened by antoine2tt 24
  • Mouse wheel scroll issues in pinned-mode

    Mouse wheel scroll issues in pinned-mode

    Describe the bug When a set of logs is pinned, the ability to scroll up through any/all displayed logs using the mouse wheel is lost. Scrolling down using the mouse wheel functions as expected.

    To Reproduce Steps to reproduce the behavior:

    1. Go to the Dozzle web interface.
    2. Click on the 'pin' icon for any listed container.
    3. Attempt to scroll up through the container's logs using the mouse wheel.

    Expected behavior Logs should scroll up or down using when using the mouse wheel, regardless of whether or not any logs are pinned.

    Desktop (please complete the following information):

    • OS: Windows 10 (client), Centos 7 (Dozzle host)
    • Docker version: 19.03.12, build 48a66213fe (Dozzle host)
    • Browser & version: Firefox 77.0.1 (64-bit)
    • Version: 2.0.2
    bug help wanted wontfix 
    opened by 726a67 23
  • Multilingual translation support

    Multilingual translation support

    The translation in several languages of this application is needed due to the fact that the other languages are being ignored so that the people who use or try to use this application will have the problem that it is not translated in their language which is unproductive for the application itself since those users will not use this.

    enhancement 
    opened by AmadeusGraves 22
  • Little more insights on CPU and Memory Usage Statistics

    Little more insights on CPU and Memory Usage Statistics

    In my usage of this tool, what I found missing was, not able to view the CPU / Memory usage metrics for containers of similar groups.

    The aim of this feature is to view statistics options such as:

    1. highest CPU-intensive container group
    2. highest memory-consuming container group

    For example, If I monitor 20 total instances in dozzle, out of which 10 instances are of "Type A" container, 5 are of "Type B" container and 5 are of "Type C" container, Then I need to view metrics of how much CPU does each type of container use.

    What I used as a workaround was as follows:

    1. Used this endpoint api/events/stream to get the necessary data
    2. group those based on image name (Considering same image would be used to create multiple instances)
    3. Derive the necessary statistics

    The output I derived was something like this image below:

    image enhancement 
    opened by akdev05 20
  • Dozzle fails to load stream for Docker-compose with flag `tty:True`

    Dozzle fails to load stream for Docker-compose with flag `tty:True`

    The dozzle output remains blank and the network tab of the browser shows the /stream?id=###### API call to never start nor finish. It receives no data back.

    Steps to reproduce

    • Start any gekkobot container
    • Start Dozzle
    • Try to connect to the gekkobot container output in Dozzle

    I really want this to work, because Dozzle is perfect for viewing the output of an automated trading bot.

    This is an example of the output from a Gekko container straight from docker CLI

    Creating gekkobot_gekko-cli-test ... done
    Attaching to gekkobot_gekko-cli-test
    gekko-cli-test  | 
    gekko-cli-test  |     ______   ________  __    __  __    __   ______
    gekko-cli-test  |    /      \ /        |/  |  /  |/  |  /  | /      \
    gekko-cli-test  |   /$$$$$$  |$$$$$$$$/ $$ | /$$/ $$ | /$$/ /$$$$$$  |
    gekko-cli-test  |   $$ | _$$/ $$ |__    $$ |/$$/  $$ |/$$/  $$ |  $$ |
    gekko-cli-test  |   $$ |/    |$$    |   $$  $$<   $$  $$<   $$ |  $$ |
    gekko-cli-test  |   $$ |$$$$ |$$$$$/    $$$$$  \  $$$$$  \  $$ |  $$ |
    gekko-cli-test  |   $$ \__$$ |$$ |_____ $$ |$$  \ $$ |$$  \ $$ \__$$ |
    gekko-cli-test  |   $$    $$/ $$       |$$ | $$  |$$ | $$  |$$    $$/ 
    gekko-cli-test  |    $$$$$$/  $$$$$$$$/ $$/   $$/ $$/   $$/  $$$$$$/
    gekko-cli-test  | 
    gekko-cli-test  | 	Gekko v0.6.8
    gekko-cli-test  | 	I'm gonna make you rich, Bud Fox. 
    gekko-cli-test  | 
    gekko-cli-test  | 
    gekko-cli-test  | 2019-10-29 15:22:40 (INFO):	Setting up Gekko in realtime mode
    gekko-cli-test  | 2019-10-29 15:22:40 (INFO):	
    gekko-cli-test  | 2019-10-29 15:22:40 (INFO):	Setting up:
    gekko-cli-test  | 2019-10-29 15:22:40 (INFO):		 Candle writer
    gekko-cli-test  | 2019-10-29 15:22:40 (INFO):		 Store candles in a database
    gekko-cli-test  | 2019-10-29 15:22:40 (INFO):	
    gekko-cli-test  | 
    gekko-cli-test  | 2019-10-29 15:22:40 (INFO):	Setting up:
    gekko-cli-test  | 2019-10-29 15:22:40 (INFO):		 Trading Advisor
    gekko-cli-test  | 2019-10-29 15:22:40 (INFO):		 Calculate trading advice
    
    

    Dozzle is working for any other container and shows the output, but strangely I do see a console error

    Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at https://dozzle.domain.com/api/events/stream. main.b644d699.js:12:278
    The connection to https://dozzle.domain.com/api/logs/stream?id=################ was interrupted while the page was loading.
    

    Even with that error, it still loads the stream for the non gekko containers. Any idea why it won't load the gekko container stream, with no response from the API?

    And, what is the meaning of the console error for the containers even when it loads fine?

    opened by IAMtheIAM 20
  • Feature request: Allow logs to be referenced by container name

    Feature request: Allow logs to be referenced by container name

    Hi there,

    I'm a huge fan of using dozzle, since it's so lightweight. We use it however in a kind of active CI/CD environment, where containers are redeployed constantly. When referring to the logs of a specific container however, the container id is used.

    This makes sharing specific container log links not reliable.

    Would it be possible to make an endpoint where containers can be referenced by name instead of shortid?

    Thanks in advance,

    Johannes

    enhancement 
    opened by JohannesBe 19
  • Possibility to add a healtcheck

    Possibility to add a healtcheck

    Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe. I'm trying to reliably start up a Dozzle container, and check if the service is running as expected. If I do that with for example a DOZZLE_FILTER environment variable with a filter that is not acceptable, the container will be starting, will become running, but will then fail a second (or so) later. It makes checking for the container unreliable right after it starts. It quickly reports to be running, only to still fail right after. But adding sleep 5 in a script feels like an icky way to go about this.

    As has been mentioned in the Dozzle issuetracker before, Docker has a solution to this: adding a healthcheck. I have seen the reasoning to not add the HEALTHCHECK directly in the Dockerfile, and the choice to keep away from things that also have to be maintained without being able to test them. So I wanted to check if I can add something myself. Turns out you are doing the great thing of using multi-stage builds (awesome!), which sadly also means there is no means of in any way adding my own basic healthcheck to the default image, because there's no other possible entrypoint in there than the /dozzle binary. I could recreate my own container, and copy the /dozzle binary and these few other files to that container once again, and add a curl, but I'm never happy to extend good containers, because it uses internal implementation details that might be changing (for good reasons) at any time. So before I go that route, could I pick your brain to resolve it in the Dozzle codebase itself?

    Describe the solution you'd like AND alternatives you've considered Would it be possible to have the /dozzle binary have some other endpoints or flags?

    • /dozzle --healthcheck "green": check if the Dozzle health is green
    • /dozzle --status "green": check if the Dozzle status reports as green
    • /dozzle --stats "containers,filter" --stats-status "containers<10": check if the Dozzle reports less than 10 containers to be running

    WDYT? Is there maybe a very easy solution to this in the Dozzle codebase? Some entrypoint that is already being used in the tests, that could be easily promoted to production ready? Or some entrypoint that would make the tests easier as well? And would you consider spending time on it? ;)

    enhancement 
    opened by MetalArend 18
  • Add jump to context (Work in progress)

    Add jump to context (Work in progress)

    Here's what I have so far for the new jump to context feature. Will close #1586 when it's done and merged.

    Screenshot 2022-01-16 at 02-08-55 eager_pascal - Dozzle Screenshot 2022-01-16 at 02-09-24 eager_pascal - Dozzle

    To Do

    • [ ] ~Find a way to notify ScrollableView component when user has clicked on jump to line button, so that the view won't stick to the bottom and prevent the view from scrolling to the line. (I added some timing hacks for now)~ edit: I have later found that there actually doesn't seem to be a difference whether the view sticks to the bottom or not.
    • [x] Improve UI for jump to context button. Maybe position it a bit more, and/or add an outline around the line to give indicator of which line will be jumped to.
    • [ ] ~Fix text coloring when there are colored lines~ edit: omitting for now, from initial investigation this will require editing all the default colors provided by ansi-to-html library. (using the colors constructor option) I think once this feature gets merged and into the next release, we can get a better idea of how these colors should be modified when highlighted.
    • [x] Add light mode colors for selected line
    • [x] Fix jump to context not working on split pane views
    • [x] Fix horizontal scrollbar if log line exceeds width of page
    • [ ] ~Fix regression where exiting search in split pane mode sometimes causes the pane on the right to offset out of view, requires scrolling up slightly to fix~ edit: found this bug outside of my branch so I'll be making a new issue for it soon
    opened by Coteh 18
  • Show only 1 or some container in left side bar

    Show only 1 or some container in left side bar

    hey, i love your app, it really help my backend and frontend engineer for tracing log container, bcus before that i need to create user login to server for backend and frontend engineer so they can access to server without sudo but also have priviladge to docker service, im bit worried cus maybe they can do something that they didnt know and breaks a things

    now i just have to send them this url and let them watch their container logs without go to server, but i have a lot service/container and it will be good additional if this app can filter/sort only 1 or some container to show live logs. so my BE only can saw their container logs only, and same as FE.

    thanks

    enhancement 
    opened by pimpmypants 2
  • json logs don't render

    json logs don't render

    I started using dozzle on a new homelab setup recently and it's been great! No issues at all, thanks for such a helpful tool. However I added a new container recently and have one bug:

    Describe the bug

    This application spews logs in json format, like so:

    { level: 'debug', created: 2022-11-23T00:26:01.834Z, title: 'http', text: 'http', meta: { msg: 'http', req: { url: 'https://stuff', params: { q: 'things' }, headers: { Authorization: 'etc' } }, duration: 691 }, url: 'bar', washer: { id: 'id', name: 'stuff' }, saved: 2022-11-23T00:26:01.834Z }
    

    Dozzle can't render these, I just see a bunch of gray lines.

    Expected behavior

    It would be nice to see the logs. It's not necessary to parse the json, just print it.

    Screenshots

    dozzle-json-log

    Desktop (please complete the following information):

    • OS: macOS
    • Docker version: 20.10.3
    • Browser & version: tried current versions of Chrome and Safari
    • Version: v4.4.1
    opened by endquote 4
  • No container or status are present when deploy in EC2 AWS machine

    No container or status are present when deploy in EC2 AWS machine

    I tried the image on different platforms and it worked without any extra effort. However, when I run it on an EC2 AWS machine it shows nothing as follows,

    image

    Docker version: Docker version 20.10.17, build 100c701 Linux version: 5.10.147-133.644.amzn2.x86_64 image : amir20/dozzle:latest

    opened by alabrashJr 7
  • Dependency Dashboard

    Dependency Dashboard

    This issue lists Renovate updates and detected dependencies. Read the Dependency Dashboard docs to learn more.

    This repository currently has no open or pending branches.

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  • Dozzle as Docker Extension

    Dozzle as Docker Extension

    Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe. Dozzle could simply fit in the Docker Desktop as an Extension. Beginner users could just install the app via Extensions Marketplace without configuring or typing commands in the terminal.

    Describe the solution you'd like If you aren’t familiar with Docker extensions, Docker Extensions are a way for our partners to include their products' functionality in our Docker Desktop application.

    • There is an SDK available
    • as well as docs on how to integrate Creating a Docker Extension also gives you access to our user base for developers to discover a potential new tool if our users aren't already using your product.

    I'm also including two blogs that also help better explain how to build an extension and one that shows the marketplace and our initial launch partners.

    enhancement 
    opened by ivan-curkovic 2
Releases(v4.4.1)
  • v4.4.1(Nov 8, 2022)

  • v4.4.0(Nov 8, 2022)

    • Adds hover for buttons (2702e80)
    • Add save collapse to localstorage (#1945) (bb1dda4)
    • Fixes int tests (ddafd95)
    • Fixes collapseNav (d6e87a7)
    • Moved logout button to sidebar and fix default width sidebar. (#1942) (54eca89)
    • Updates modules (fbe34d7)
    • Fix search modal for mobile view (#1941) (e2b497f)
    • Updates snapshots (ca9fcf8)
    • Merge branch 'amir20:master' into responsible (4fb012c)
    • Fix responsible list containers (b77448f)
    • Updates auto import (3bc921c)
    • Removes duplicate case sensistive files (#1939) (54c08cf)
    • Also skip docker login (199c517)
    • Skips only the push int tests (#1937) (379af16)
    • Skip Integration Tests and Push branches and PRs from fork (#1936) (dc4ba65)
    • Merge pull request #1935 from amir20/dependabot/docker/golang-1.19.3-alpine (0e8561a)
    • Bump golang from 1.19.2-alpine to 1.19.3-alpine (60ec928)
    • Update ru locale (#1934) (26f3ab6)
    • Use trim instead (0cc2094)
    • Cleans up DockerSecret (f09a781)
    • Fixes spacing (70b573c)
    • Updates cypress (0d79196)
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  • v4.3.0(Oct 31, 2022)

  • v4.2.3(Oct 28, 2022)

    • Add docker secrets env (#1929) (8586fee)
    • Updates modules (8ccae47)
    • Merge pull request #1923 from amir20/dependabot/docker/e2e/cypress/included-10.11.0 (02434af)
    • Bump cypress/included from 10.10.0 to 10.11.0 in /e2e (192ee98)
    • Merge pull request #1922 from amir20/dependabot/go_modules/github.com/docker/docker-20.10.21incompatible (79e9dc7)
    • Bump github.com/docker/docker (19fe7e8)
    • Updats modules (e4ecfca)
    • Merge pull request #1920 from amir20/dependabot/go_modules/github.com/stretchr/testify-1.8.1 (f37925b)
    • Bump github.com/stretchr/testify from 1.8.0 to 1.8.1 (822b783)
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  • v4.2.2(Oct 21, 2022)

  • v4.2.1(Oct 19, 2022)

    • Updates node (9d77613)
    • Merge pull request #1917 from amir20/dependabot/go_modules/github.com/docker/docker-20.10.20incompatible (62f7477)
    • Merge pull request #1916 from amir20/dependabot/github_actions/docker/setup-buildx-action-2.2.1 (fccb7fc)
    • Merge pull request #1915 from amir20/dependabot/docker/node-19-alpine (7fecbdd)
    • Bump github.com/docker/docker (46a2f2b)
    • Bump docker/setup-buildx-action from 2.2.0 to 2.2.1 (e9dcdda)
    • Bump node from 18-alpine to 19-alpine (67a0644)
    • Adds on mouse over effect for stats (#1914) (21fc2ce)
    • Merge pull request #1913 from amir20/dependabot/github_actions/docker/setup-buildx-action-2.2.0 (20425bf)
    • Bump docker/setup-buildx-action from 2.1.0 to 2.2.0 (828c288)
    • Fixes iOS font size changing (cde2589)
    • Merge pull request #1911 from amir20/dependabot/github_actions/pnpm/action-setup-2.2.4 (5fb2f45)
    • Bump pnpm/action-setup from 2.2.3 to 2.2.4 (6aea252)
    • Updates modules (7337dcb)
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  • v4.2.0(Oct 14, 2022)

    • stat cleanup (#1910) (5b15a0b)
    • Merge pull request #1909 from amir20/dependabot/go_modules/github.com/docker/docker-20.10.19incompatible (e2ad2e0)
    • Bump github.com/docker/docker (5b48426)
    • Merge pull request #1908 from amir20/dependabot/github_actions/docker/setup-buildx-action-2.1.0 (a24947a)
    • Bump docker/setup-buildx-action from 2.0.0 to 2.1.0 (8926b45)
    • Add trending CPU and Memory usage (#1896) (afd37d3)
    • Merge pull request #1906 from amir20/dependabot/docker/e2e/cypress/included-10.10.0 (4f84beb)
    • Bump cypress/included from 10.9.0 to 10.10.0 in /e2e (d54d894)
    • Merge pull request #1905 from amir20/dependabot/github_actions/docker/login-action-2.1.0 (7c854d3)
    • Merge pull request #1904 from amir20/dependabot/github_actions/docker/build-push-action-3.2.0 (4c2caad)
    • Bump docker/login-action from 2.0.0 to 2.1.0 (9684fd9)
    • Bump docker/build-push-action from 3.1.1 to 3.2.0 (a79a3f6)
    • Merge pull request #1903 from amir20/dependabot/github_actions/pnpm/action-setup-2.2.3 (1e18423)
    • Bump pnpm/action-setup from 2.2.2 to 2.2.3 (82b208c)
    • Updates modules (8a3e950)
    • Updats modules (d8748c6)
    • Merge pull request #1897 from amir20/dependabot/docker/golang-1.19.2-alpine (af8192f)
    • Bump golang from 1.19.1-alpine to 1.19.2-alpine (3492587)
    • Updates modules (b8c5220)
    • Fix json log line still says "expand json" when expanded (#1894) (5850c31)
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  • v4.1.9(Sep 28, 2022)

    • Change calculation of memory usage. (#1892) (d083430)
    • Merge pull request #1890 from amir20/dependabot/docker/e2e/cypress/included-10.9.0 (79f553f)
    • Bump cypress/included from 10.8.0 to 10.9.0 in /e2e (a02551f)
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  • v4.1.8(Sep 27, 2022)

    • Updates modules (41acf28)
    • Removes fuzzysearch and uses fuse.js (#1888) (21e5f4f)
    • Merge pull request #1887 from amir20/keyboard (2d54cbb)
    • Fixes comment (88844c8)
    • Improves keyboard short cuts and adds a test (7aa7f42)
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  • v4.1.7(Sep 20, 2022)

  • v4.1.6(Sep 20, 2022)

  • v4.1.5(Sep 20, 2022)

    • Cleans up log viewer and adds zigzag line for skipped logs (#1885) (69c6473)
    • Updates snapshots (1a1dd74)
    • Updates modules (307dcd1)
    • Removes hotkeyjs in favor of vueuse (#1883) (06bde85)
    • Updates tests (9cbb55d)
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  • v4.1.4(Sep 15, 2022)

  • v4.1.2(Sep 15, 2022)

  • v4.1.1(Sep 14, 2022)

  • v4.1.0(Sep 14, 2022)

    • Cleans up define props with typescript and cleans up css (#1879) (70d7206)
    • Update es.yml (#1877) (cc8a7ee)
    • Update pr.yml (#1878) (58197f2)
    • Merge pull request #1876 from amir20/dependabot/docker/e2e/cypress/included-10.8.0 (d2473e0)
    • Bump cypress/included from 10.7.0 to 10.8.0 in /e2e (3a4de05)
    • Does localization (b97dd31)
    • Fixes bug with search (a632c74)
    • Updates moodules (7eeb7d8)
    • Trims top events depending on scroll status (#1860) (8de492d)
    • Removes debug from golang (#1875) (2b82a08)
    • Uses locale date and time depending on locale (#1874) (25daf6b)
    • Spanish and Portuguese languages updates (#1872) (011cef8)
    • Merge pull request #1873 from amir20/dependabot/go_modules/github.com/docker/docker-20.10.18incompatible (d06eea2)
    • Bump github.com/docker/docker (cdb6738)
    • Fixes pnpm (f39b6f5)
    • Adds layouts (#1871) (4d03a36)
    • Updates other modules (60fc2ab)
    • Updates modules for cypress (0ad841a)
    • Adds more tests (58ce210)
    • Clean up (0214b21)
    • Adds i18n support with vue-i18n (#1870) (ee37d7c)
    • Cleans up main ts to modules (#1869) (4395bc9)
    • Merge pull request #1868 from amir20/dependabot/docker/golang-1.19.1-alpine (4ea945f)
    • Bump golang from 1.19.0-alpine to 1.19.1-alpine (b221242)
    • Updates modules (ad6793f)
    • Caches builds for e2e (#1863) (72f080f)
    • Updates modules (ee4210e)
    • Updates cypress (fc68ba6)
    • Merge pull request #1862 from amir20/dependabot/docker/e2e/cypress/included-10.7.0 (539829d)
    • Bump cypress/included from 10.6.0 to 10.7.0 in /e2e (65c0d2a)
    • Fixes typo (696341b)
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  • v4.0.2(Aug 22, 2022)

  • v4.0.1(Aug 19, 2022)

  • v4.0.0(Aug 17, 2022)

    • Simplifies schema (40f5cb1)
    • Updates cypress (#1851) (cedfbee)
    • Support for JSON logs (#1759) (c835f51)
    • Updates modules (5ab06d5)
    • Adds mising snapshots (d44316f)
    • Adds dark mode (6ef3da9)
    • Cleans up dark mode (752495e)
    • Adds snapshot tests (8f895e4)
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  • v3.13.1(Aug 8, 2022)

    • Updates snapshots (bbc7794)
    • Replaces last line return (7dc37f1)
    • Fixes test (0711bc1)
    • Fixes line return bug and heartbeat to comment in SSE (0aa2438)
    • Merge pull request #1843 from amir20/dependabot/github_actions/docker/build-push-action-3.1.1 (ca35b93)
    • Bump docker/build-push-action from 3.1.0 to 3.1.1 (a6220e4)
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  • v3.13.0(Aug 4, 2022)

    • Updates vue components with sass (0f27e11)
    • Tries to add 1 mircosecond to skip first log event (#1838) (85eafc9)
    • Adds a heartbeat for log stream (#1837) (332cc38)
    • Merge pull request #1833 from amir20/dependabot/docker/e2e/cypress/included-10.4.0 (72fd31f)
    • Bump cypress/included from 10.3.1 to 10.4.0 in /e2e (a0ce370)
    • Merge pull request #1832 from amir20/dependabot/docker/golang-1.19.0-alpine (e823904)
    • Bump golang from 1.18.5-alpine to 1.19.0-alpine (22bbfe1)
    • Merge pull request #1830 from amir20/dependabot/docker/golang-1.18.5-alpine (770e181)
    • Bump golang from 1.18.4-alpine to 1.18.5-alpine (d6fab75)
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  • v3.12.14(Aug 1, 2022)

    • Fixes cpu count using online cpus. Fixes #1829 (5eca198)
    • Updates modules (b1d7b8b)
    • Updates modules (e2ee430)
    • Adds healthcheck to readme (0755a71)
    • Updates modules (60758db)
    • Merge pull request #1826 from amir20/dependabot/docker/e2e/cypress/included-10.3.1 (7b96196)
    • Bump cypress/included from 10.3.0 to 10.3.1 in /e2e (efcfa0e)
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  • v3.12.13(Jul 25, 2022)

  • v3.12.12(Jul 21, 2022)

    • Adds platforms back for dev (72ed7b5)
    • Revert "Updates with UPX with cross compile (#1817)" (486bcec)
    • Removes python from Dockerfile (3db0ad4)
    • Remove util linux (c1a75e2)
    • Removes make, ssh and g++ (96c5e24)
    • Removes git from Dockerfile (c1a16fd)
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  • v3.12.11(Jul 21, 2022)

  • v3.12.10(Jul 20, 2022)

    • Fixes deploy build (0ebc9c5)
    • Adds COMPOSE_DOCKER_CLI_BUILD (f676644)
    • Fixes build file (1f811da)
    • Uses cross compilation for faster builds (fdfc9fc)
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  • v3.12.9(Jul 20, 2022)

  • v3.12.7(Jun 28, 2022)

    • Updates cypress (f694c16)
    • Updates modules (b7c24dc)
    • Merge pull request #1785 from amir20/dependabot/go_modules/github.com/stretchr/testify-1.7.5 (67a1c4a)
    • Bump github.com/stretchr/testify from 1.7.4 to 1.7.5 (b188f68)
    • Updates test snapshots (6f354c5)
    • Vite beta (8ba5d36)
    • Updates modules (6822a95)
    • Merge pull request #1780 from amir20/dependabot/go_modules/github.com/stretchr/testify-1.7.4 (fcc4647)
    • Bump github.com/stretchr/testify from 1.7.2 to 1.7.4 (0305ee9)
    • Merge pull request #1773 from amir20/dependabot/docker/e2e/cypress/included-10.0.3 (0e527e8)
    • Bump cypress/included from 10.0.2 to 10.0.3 in /e2e (91b2dc3)
    • Merge pull request #1772 from amir20/dependabot/go_modules/github.com/stretchr/testify-1.7.2 (3dc7949)
    • Merge pull request #1771 from amir20/dependabot/go_modules/github.com/docker/docker-20.10.17incompatible (5cf625e)
    • Bump github.com/stretchr/testify from 1.7.1 to 1.7.2 (8d5deff)
    • Bump github.com/docker/docker (9f6df9a)
    • Updates modules (a34733b)
    • Merge pull request #1768 from amir20/dependabot/docker/e2e/cypress/included-10.0.2 (7cf02f4)
    • Bump cypress/included from 10.0.1 to 10.0.2 in /e2e (9d2e87f)
    • Updates modules (034984a)
    • Merge pull request #1764 from amir20/dependabot/docker/e2e/cypress/included-10.0.1 (d11fcdf)
    • Auto session storage key (#1767) (af08b5c)
    • Adds missing files (c666917)
    • Updates to v10 and disables snapshotting for now (059c336)
    • Updates to v10 (f18fdce)
    • Removed redundant http.HandlerFunc() casting (#1765) (18d6aa2)
    • Bump cypress/included from 9.7.0 to 10.0.1 in /e2e (db4643d)
    • Merge pull request #1762 from amir20/dependabot/docker/golang-1.18.3-alpine (9d5b6fa)
    • Bump golang from 1.18.2-alpine to 1.18.3-alpine (72e0a1b)
    • Updates modules (35d4f3c)
    • Merge pull request #1758 from amir20/dependabot/github_actions/pnpm/action-setup-2.2.2 (6dfafbf)
    • Bump pnpm/action-setup from 2.2.1 to 2.2.2 (11e7717)
    • Merge pull request #1754 from amir20/dependabot/docker/e2e/cypress/included-9.7.0 (a453939)
    • Updates cypress (d14be81)
    • Updates cypress (44c4366)
    • Bump cypress/included from 9.6.1 to 9.7.0 in /e2e (20b115f)
    • Updates modules (e99ba5b)
    • Updates modules (12d32ee)
    • Fixes space (0f423e8)
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  • v3.12.6(May 17, 2022)

  • v3.12.5(May 16, 2022)

    • Adds a loaders for left menu (#1750) (57008b9)
    • Adds alternate coloring (8448b4f)
    • Merge pull request #1748 from amir20/dependabot/go_modules/github.com/docker/docker-20.10.16incompatible (612e74f)
    • Bump github.com/docker/docker (afc2255)
    • Updates modules (a437e52)
    • Merge pull request #1747 from amir20/dependabot/docker/golang-1.18.2-alpine (584d027)
    • Bump golang from 1.18.1-alpine to 1.18.2-alpine (5877ca9)
    • Merge pull request #1745 from amir20/dependabot/docker/e2e/cypress/included-9.6.1 (d176be7)
    • Bump cypress/included from 9.6.0 to 9.6.1 in /e2e (69d1534)
    • Updates node and pnpm (ee30bb3)
    • Merge pull request #1740 from amir20/dependabot/go_modules/github.com/docker/docker-20.10.15incompatible (4a45204)
    • Merge pull request #1739 from amir20/dependabot/github_actions/docker/setup-qemu-action-2.0.0 (03f673c)
    • Bump docker/setup-qemu-action from 1.2.0 to 2.0.0 (7c846e4)
    • Merge pull request #1738 from amir20/dependabot/github_actions/docker/login-action-2.0.0 (4059808)
    • Merge pull request #1737 from amir20/dependabot/github_actions/docker/metadata-action-4 (0f3ab6f)
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    • Merge pull request #1735 from amir20/dependabot/github_actions/docker/setup-buildx-action-2.0.0 (b0701da)
    • Bump github.com/docker/docker (048195e)
    • Bump docker/login-action from 1.14.1 to 2.0.0 (81425f1)
    • Bump docker/metadata-action from 3 to 4 (af02ea2)
    • Bump docker/build-push-action from 2.10.0 to 3.0.0 (2800ddd)
    • Bump docker/setup-buildx-action from 1.7.0 to 2.0.0 (43cd2c6)
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