Versions | v0.14 (td-agent3) | v0.12 (td-agent2)

ltsv Formatter Plugin

The ltsv formatter plugin output an event as LTSV.

field1[label_delimiter]value1[delimiter]field2[label_delimiter]value2\n

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Parameters

delimiter (String, Optional. defaults to “\t”(TAB))

Delimiter for fields.

label_delimiter (String, Optional. defaults to “:”)

Delimiter for key value field.

add_newline (Boolean, Optional, defaults to true)

Add \n to the result.

include_time_key (Boolean, Optional, defaults to false)

If true, the time field (as specified by the time_key parameter) is kept in the record.

time_key (String, Optional, defaults to “time”)

The field name for the time key.

time_format (String. Optional)

By default, the output format is iso8601 (e.g. “2008-02-01T21:41:49”). One can specify their own format with this parameter.

include_tag_key (Boolean. Optional, defaults to false)

If true, the tag field (as specified by the tag_key parameter) is kept in the record.

tag_key (String, Optional, defaults to “tag”)

The field name for the tag key.

localtime (Boolean. Optional, defaults to true)

If true, use local time. Otherwise, UTC is used. This parameter is overwritten by the utc parameter.

timezone (String. Optional)

By setting this parameter, one can parse the time value in the specified timezone. The following formats are accepted:

  1. [+-]HH:MM (e.g. “+09:00”)
  2. [+-]HHMM (e.g. “+0900”)
  3. [+-]HH (e.g. “+09”)
  4. Region/Zone (e.g. “Asia/Tokyo”)
  5. Region/Zone/Zone (e.g. “America/Argentina/Buenos_Aires”)

The timezone set in this parameter takes precedence over localtime**, e.g., if localtime is set to true but timezone is set to +0000, UTC would be used.

Example

tag:    app.event
time:   1362020400
record: {"host":"192.168.0.1","size":777,"method":"PUT"}

This incoming event is formatted to:

host:192.168.0.1\tsize:777\tmethod:PUT\n
Last updated: 2017-09-21 16:09:03 +0000

Versions | v0.14 (td-agent3) | v0.12 (td-agent2)

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