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The stdout output plugin prints events to the standard output (or logs if launched as a daemon). This output plugin is useful for debugging purposes.
It is included in Fluentd's core.

Example Configuration

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<match pattern>
2
@type stdout
3
</match>
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Please see the Config File article for the basic structure and syntax of the configuration file.
Sample output:
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2017-11-28 11:43:13.814351757 +0900 tag: {"field1":"value1","field2":"value2"}
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where the first part shows the output time, the second part shows the tag, and the third part shows the record.

Supported Modes

    Non-Buffered
    Synchronous

Plugin Helpers

Parameters

@type

The value must be stdout.

<buffer> Section

See Buffer Section Configurations for more details.

chunk_keys

type
default
version
array
tag
0.14.5
Overwrites the default value in this plugin.

flush_at_shutdown

type
default
version
bool
true
0.14.5
Overwrites the default value in this plugin.

chunk_limit_size

type
default
version
size
10240
0.14.5
Overwrites the default value in this plugin.

<format> Section

See Format Section Configurations for more details.

@type

type
default
version
string
stdout
0.14.5
The format of the output.

output_type

type
default
version
string
json
0.14.5
This is the option for the stdout format. Configure the format of the record (third part). Any formatter plugins can be specified.

<inject> Section

See Inject Section Configurations for more details.
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