platforms / fluentd / troubleshooting
The Timber Fluentd output plugin extends the Fluent::BufferedOutput class, which provides basic logging functionality. The best way to debug Timber in the Fluentd context is to check the Fluentd logs. Please refer to the Fluentd Troubleshooting guide.
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