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Multiple use of the same execution block

Hi,

 

I've to use the same exec block multiple times in different paths. I've already tried it with a processor module, but unfortunately a processor module could only be used once. A possible solution is to implement them in the input modules, but I've more than one input module (syslog tcp/udp alone are already two) which ends in multiple code in different modules. But I want them once and want to use them multiple times.

Have someone an idea how to implement this?

AskedJuly 18, 2017 - 8:58am
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Read current log file named as <date>.log with nxlog

Hi,

My Server's TimeZone is EST(UTC-5) but the application running in the server has EET(UTC+2). The log file generated is names as <Application Date> ie todays log file is named as 20170717.log. Today's log will be truncated at 00:00 (UTC+2) and new log file 20170718.log will be created and old log file will remain in the same directory.

How can I configure NxLog to read the current log only

AskedJuly 17, 2017 - 8:07am
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FreeBSD Port

Hello there,

nxlog currently does not compile out of the Box on FreeBSD.

  • It assumes that pthread_t can be cast to an unsigned long (on FreeBSD it' an opaque typedef to struct pthread *)
  • It uses SSLv3_method which is gone from newer versions of OpenSSL.

This can be fixed by applying the patch at the end of this posting.

AskedJuly 12, 2017 - 9:27pm
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Help me to create processor

hi all!
im first time meet nxlog. it looks very simple and powerfull, but i need help!
i have cisco which can send syslog to my nxlog service. logs looks like
2017-06-21T07:19:49.214Z,"vpn.domain.com","Jun 21 2017 10:19:55: %ASA-4-722051: Group <GroupPolicy_domain> User <123456@domain.com> IP <213.87.163.123> IPv4 Address <10.217.130.23> IPv6 address <fc00::59> assigned to session"

AskedJuly 12, 2017 - 4:29pm
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nxlog opening and orphaning tcp connections to logstash

Running version: nxlog-ce-2.9.1716
Logstash: 5.3.0

Nxlog opens and leaves open mutiple tcp connections to the logstash server. But on the nxlog client only one tcp connection is open.

I think Nxlog is doing something wrong because all the connections are all in the ESTABLISHED state so maybe its not gracefully closing them?

Is nxlog broken?

AskedJuly 6, 2017 - 10:01pm

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