Exec command Linux and extract specific field

Hi Community, i'm executing several linux commands in Logstash. and i want to extract specific fields to build some graphs in Kibana. for Example this is the result of an executed command

[2021-02-13 19:28:49.200] chan   dur      ibss              obss            interf        time
[2021-02-13 19:28:49.216] 36    1599    13  0% Low       4  0% Low       0  0% Low     311143

How can i use the field " interf" and its value " 0 0% Low" to build a chart with timestamp axe?
Thank you!

My understanding is that the channel is printed left-adjusted (%-3u), so there will always be a space in front of it. You will need a grok specific to the line format. In this case

    if [message] =~ /obss/ { drop {} }
    grok { match => { "message" => "^\[%{TIMESTAMP_ISO8601:[@metadata][timestamp]}\] %{NUMBER:chanspec:int}\s+%{NUMBER:duration:int}\s+%{NUMBER}\s+%{NUMBER}%\s+%{WORD}\s+%{NUMBER:obssCongest:int}\s+%{NUMBER:obssPercent:int}%\s+%{WORD:obssLevel}\s+%{NUMBER:f9:int}\s+%{NUMBER:f10:int}%\s+%{WORD:f11}\s+%{NUMBER:f12:int}" } }
    date { match => [ "[@metadata][timestamp]", ISO8601 ] }

will produce

"obssPercent" => 0,
  "obssLevel" => "Low",
        "f10" => 0,
        "f12" => 311143,
   "chanspec" => 36,
   "duration" => 1599,
        "f11" => "Low",
 "@timestamp" => 2021-02-14T00:28:49.216Z,
         "f9" => 0,
"obssCongest" => 4,
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Your [message] field has leading spaces so you would need to replace the ^ in the grok pattern with ^\s+