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Write to message queues

Botond,

I would like to write logs out to a message queue such as kafka or redis or rabbitmq etc. Is there a road map for that? Alternately would a workaround such as writing out in JSON format to a om_tcp destination work?

Can I also track the state of a tcp connection and send output to an alternate destination? I could write an external shell that would track the nxlog.log for "connection lost/made" and decision off that but I suspect that would be very expensive.

AskedFebruary 13, 2015 - 3:50pm
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Log detail being dropped

Hi everyone,

We have an internal application on a windows box which logs in a way which is slightly mangled. All other windows logs come through nxlog but on these messages the entire message field gets dropped.

Is there a way to parse using ifs? eg:

if $service == "Homegrown app" {

}

So that I can either change the output format or parse them untouched into a file etc...

AskedFebruary 13, 2015 - 10:23am
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Log to MS SQL Server

Is there a way to use the Community Edition to log to MS SQL Server? I have tried writing a Perl script to dump the text log files into the database, but have had no luck. I understand that you can use im_odbc and om_odbc in the Enterprise version, but not the Community Edition (CE). Has anyone had any luck doing this in the CE?

AskedFebruary 11, 2015 - 6:07pm
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Nxlog for Centos7

Will there be a Nxlog for Centos 7.

If so are there an expected date.

BTW has anybody succeded in compiling the tar file. I simply cannot figure out how to build the RPM files.

 

Regards

Jesper

AskedJanuary 23, 2015 - 3:10pm

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