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LogicMonitor supports installing and running the Collector in a Docker container for the following services:
Installation of a containerized Collector does not support all options–These are noted under Limitations. See Dockerhub to find the Docker image for running the LogicMonitor Collector.
The following example creates a new Collector named “lm-collector”, that is a large Collector with the latest version:
docker run --name lm-collector -d \
-e account=<your portal name> \
-e access_id=<your api access id> \
-e access_key=<your api access key> \
-e backup_collector_id=15 \
-e collector_group=DockerCollectors \
-e collector_size=large \
-e description='My Dockerized Collector' \
-e enable_fail_back=yes \
-e escalating_chain_id=1 \
-e resend_interval=60 \
-e suppress_alert_clear=no \
-e cleanup=true \
-e proxy_url=<your proxy url> \
-e proxy_user=<your proxy user> \
-e proxy_pass=<your proxy password> \
The containerized Collector installation supports all Collector sizes. The size of the Collector you choose to install has the following minimum memory requirements:
For more information, see Collector Capacity.
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