Zlogs is a utility workload that allows you to stream
zmachine logs to a remote location.
zlogs workload needs to know what
zmachine to stream logs of and also the
target location to stream the logs to.
zlogs uses internally the
tailstream so it supports any streaming url that is supported by this utility.
zlogs workload runs inside the same private network as the
zmachine instance. Which means zlogs can stream logs to other
zmachines that is running inside the same private network (possibly on different nodes).
For example, you can run
logagg which is a web-socket server that can work with
tailstream web-socket protocol.
zlogs configuration here