This document doesn't describe all parameters. If you want to know full features, check the Further Reading section.
Fluentd enables your apps to insert records to MongoDB asynchronously with batch-insertion, unlike direct insertion of records from your apps. This has the following advantages:
- 1.less impact on application performance
- 2.higher MongoDB insertion throughput while maintaining JSON recordstructure
out_mongois included in td-agent by default. Fluentd gem users will need to install the fluent-plugin-mongo gem using the following command.
$ fluent-gem install fluent-plugin-mongo
# Single MongoDB
# for capped collection
# key name of timestamp
The value must be
The MongoDB hostname.
The MongoDB port.
The database name.
The collection name.
This option enables capped collection. This is always recommended because MongoDB is not suited to storing large amounts of historical data.
Sets the capped collection size.
The username to use for authentication.
The password to use for authentication.
The key name of timestamp. (default is "time")
This option will allow out_mongo to use Fluentd's tag to determine the destination collection. For example, if you generate records with tags 'mongo.foo', the records will be inserted into the
foocollection within the
# Set 'tag_mapped' if you want to use tag mapped mode.
# If the tag is "mongo.foo", then the prefix "mongo." is removed.
# The inserted collection name is "foo".
# This configuration is used if the tag is not found. The default is 'untagged'.
This option is useful for flexible log collection.
For advanced usage, you can tune Fluentd's internal buffering mechanism with these parameters.
The length of the chunk queue and the size of each chunk, respectively. Please see the Buffer Plugin Overview article for the basic buffer structure. The default values are 64 and 8m, respectively. The suffixes "k" (KB), "m" (MB), and "g" (GB) can be used for buffer_chunk_limit.
The interval between data flushes. The default is 60s. The suffixes "s" (seconds), "m" (minutes), and "h" (hours) can be used.
If set to true, Fluentd waits for the buffer to flush at shutdown. By default, it is set to true for Memory Buffer and false for File Buffer.
The initial and maximum intervals between write retries. The default values are 1.0 seconds and unset (no limit). The interval doubles (with +/-12.5% randomness) every retry until
Since td-agent will retry 17 times before giving up by default (see the
retry_limitparameter for details), the sleep interval can be up to approximately 131072 seconds (roughly 36 hours) in the default configurations.
The limit on the number of retries before buffered data is discarded, and an option to disable that limit (if true, the value of
retry_limitis ignored and there is no limit). The default values are 17 and false (not disabled). If the limit is reached, buffered data is discarded and the retry interval is reset to its initial value (
The number of threads to flush the buffer. This option can be used to parallelize writes into the output(s) designated by the output plugin. Increasing the number of threads improves the flush throughput to hide write / network latency. The default is 1.
The threshold for checking chunk flush performance. The default value is
20.0seconds. Note that parameter type is
If chunk flush takes longer time than this threshold, fluentd logs warning message like below:
2016-12-19 12:00:00 +0000 [warn]: buffer flush took longer time than slow_flush_log_threshold: elapsed_time = 15.0031226690043695 slow_flush_log_threshold=10.0 plugin_id="foo"
log_leveloption allows the user to set different levels of logging for each plugin. The supported log levels are: