Start-up based on systemd user service
For Linux distro, XDS agent can be started as a user service by Systemd.
Use well-known systemd commands to control
# Status XDS agent: systemctl --user status xds-agent # Start XDS agent systemctl --user start xds-agent # Stop XDS agent systemctl --user stop xds-agent
Default settings are defined in
/etc/default/xds-agent file but these
settings you can overwritten by
see Configuration chapter for more details.
On Linux or MacOS, simply execute
On Windows, simply execute
xds-agent executable (root path may change
depending where you installed/unzipped xds-agent tarball):
If need be, you can increase log level by setting option
--log <level>, supported level are: panic, fatal, error, warn, info, debug.
xds-agent --help to get more details about possible options that allow
for example to change logging level or select a specific configuration file.