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Recipe Apache Logs To Elasticsearch
Looking to get data out of apache logs into elasticsearch? You can do that with fluentd in 10 minutes!
Here is how:
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$ gem install fluentd
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$ gem install fluent-plugin-elasticsearch
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$ touch fluentd.conf
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fluentd.conf should look like this (just copy and paste this into fluentd.conf):
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<source>
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@type tail
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path /var/log/httpd-access.log #...or where you placed your Apache access log
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pos_file /var/log/td-agent/httpd-access.log.pos # This is where you record file position
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tag apache.access #fluentd tag!
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format apache2 # Do you have a custom format? You can write your own regex.
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</source>
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<match **>
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@type elasticsearch
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logstash_format true
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host <hostname> #(optional; default="localhost")
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port <port> #(optional; default=9200)
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index_name <index name> #(optional; default=fluentd)
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type_name <type name> #(optional; default=fluentd)
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</match>
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After that, you can start fluentd and everything should work:
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$ fluentd -c fluentd.conf
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Of course, this is just a quick example. If you are thinking of running fluentd in production, consider using td-agent, the enterprise version of Fluentd packaged and maintained by Treasure Data, Inc..
If this article is incorrect or outdated, or omits critical information, please let us know. Fluentd is a open source project under Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). All components are available under the Apache 2 License.
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