kandi X-RAY | fluentd Summary
kandi X-RAY | fluentd Summary
[CII Best Practices] [Fluentd] collects events from various data sources and writes them to files, RDBMS, NoSQL, IaaS, SaaS, Hadoop and so on. Fluentd helps you unify your logging infrastructure (Learn more about the [Unified Logging Layer] .
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- Handles an incoming request .
- start the server server
- Start TCP socket
- expands the list of files
- Starts the process .
- Search for the given file and directory
- Load Windows windows console .
- Generate log event
- Initialize a CLI instance .
- Configure the option parser
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Trending Discussions on fluentd
I have created a windows image that I pushed to a custom registry.
The image builds without any error. It also runs perfectly fine on any machine using the command
I use a gitlab runner configured to use docker-windows, on a windows host.
The image also runs perfectly fine on the windows host when using the command
docker run in a shell.
However, when gitlab CI triggers the pipeline, I get the following log containing an error :...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-24 at 20:50
I have the same problem using Docker version 4.6.0 and above. Try to install docker 4.5.1 from here https://docs.docker.com/desktop/windows/release-notes/ and let me know if this works for you.
I have installed docker in windows server 2016 using microsoft documention.
I need to create a docker image using docker file. Tried with the sample dockerfile and i am facing the error.
- why linux container not supporting in the docker windows 2016 server. Do i need to install any additional step for linux container?
This is my docker file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-24 at 08:23
I have checked your windows server version. you are using windows server 2016 (1607 version). since you are using the 1607 version you cant use WSL, Hyper-V, LinuxKit, Docker Desktop to run the Linux container image i.e (node, alpine, Nginx, etc..)
Please refer this StackOverflow question. you will find the solution.
I am running into the following error when starting up containers on my Raspberry Pi 3B on Raspbian Buster:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-04 at 17:33
I was able to resolve this, unfortunately I won't be able to find out why this happened.
I tried removing and installing
docker-ce and dependencies again. I wasn't able to remove due to
containerd.service not stopping. I found it was set to always restart, which would normally make sense. I then ran
sudo systemctl disable docker containerd and rebooted. I confirmed those services were no longer running by following journalctl output, looking for the usual restarting and core-dump errors from
sudo apt remove docker-ce and
sudo apt autoremove again, then ran docker's
get-docker.sh which reinstalled docker. I then ran
sudo systemctl enable docker containerd and
sudo systemctl start docker containerd. Docker is the same version it was before and the hello-world container and other containers of mine that wasn't previously running is now running successfully.
I want to build the efk logger system by docker compose. Everything is setup, only fluentd has problem.
fluentd docker container logs
2022-02-15 02:06:11 +0000 [info]: parsing config file is succeeded path="/fluentd/etc/fluent.conf"
2022-02-15 02:06:11 +0000 [info]: gem 'fluent-plugin-elasticsearch' version '5.0.3'
2022-02-15 02:06:11 +0000 [info]: gem 'fluentd' version '1.12.0'
/usr/local/lib/ruby/2.6.0/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:54:in `require': cannot load such file -- elasticsearch/transport/transport/connections/selector (LoadError)
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-15 at 11:35
I faced the same problem, but I used to make exactly the same image where everything works to this day. I can't figure out what has changed.
But if you need to urgently solve the problem, use my in-person image:
I have an EFK pipeline set up. Everyday a new index is created using the logstash-* prefix. Every time a new field is sent by Fluentd, the field is added to the index pattern logstash-*. I'm trying to create an index template that will disable indexing on a specific field when an index is created. I got this to work in ES 7.1 using the PUT below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-25 at 03:14
It is a little different in Elasticsearch 6.X as it had mapping types, which is not used anymore.
Try something like this:
My custom rsyslog template:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-04 at 12:08
You can receive logs directly in elasticsearch (without even having to format them to json) through the syslog plugin. This probably would be the most straightforward solution to your problem.
If for some reason u need to use some kind of log aggregator, I personally would not recommend fluentd, as it can bring unecessary complexity with it.
But you could use logstash which is supported by elasticsearch and you can find plenty of documentation about it.
I'm trying to setup redmine (with postgres) on my raspberry pi 3 using docker-compose. It already worked once, but then I tried to install plugins and somehow managed to bork my system.
Now it won't let me start my database container anymore. Even creating a new
postgres:12.8 container, yields the error
layer does not exist:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-16 at 11:05
/var/lib/docker seems to get the system working again - this removes all images and lots of other docker-related data.
This doesn't feel like a great solution, but it'll have to do for now.
I have setup EFK stack in K8s cluster. Currently fluentd is scraping logs from all the containers.
I want it to only scrape logs from containers
If I had some prefix with as
A-app I could do something like below.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-20 at 13:53
To scrape logs only from specific Pods, you can use:
I'm trying to configure EFK stack in my local minikube setup. I have followed this tutorial.
Everything is working fine (I can see all my console logs in kibana and Elasticsearch). But I have another requirement. I have Node.js application which is logs as files to custom path
/var/log/services/dev inside the pod.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-29 at 14:21
If a pod crashes, all logs still will be accessible in
efk. No need to add a persistent volume to the pod with your application only for storing log file.
Main question is how to get logs from this file. There are two main approaches which are suggested and based on kubernetes documentation:
Use a sidecar container.
Containers in pod have the same file system and
sidecarcontainer will be streaming logs from file to
stderr(depends on implementation) and after logs will be picked up by kubelet.
Please find streaming sidecar container and example how it works.
Use a sidecar container with a logging agent.
Please find Sidecar container with a logging agent and configuration example using
fluentd. In this case logs will be collected by
fluentdand they won't be available by
kubectl logscommands since
kubeletis not responsible for these logs.
I'm running a pod with 3 containers (telegraf, fluentd and an in-house agent) that makes use of
I've written a python script to fetch the initial config for telegraf and fluentd from a central controller API endpoint. Since this is a one time operation, I plan to use helm post-install hook....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-08 at 16:21
Most important part of this flag is it works only within one pod, all containers within one pod will share processes between each other.
In described approach
job is supposed to be used. Job creates a separate
pod so it won't work this way. Container should be a part of the "main" pod with all other containers to have access to running processes of that pod.
It's possible to get processes from the containers directly using
Below is an example how to check state of the processes using
pgrep command. The
pgrepContainer container needs to have the
pgrep command already installed.
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On a UNIX-like operating system, using your system’s package manager is easiest. However, the packaged Ruby version may not be the newest one. There is also an installer for Windows. Managers help you to switch between multiple Ruby versions on your system. Installers can be used to install a specific or multiple Ruby versions. Please refer ruby-lang.org for more information.
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