How to audit mysql's log using auditbeat and display the log content on the elastic search page

Now I'm thinking of replacing filebeat with auditbeat, but I don't know how to use auditbeat to audit mysql's log and display it on the elastic search page. I hope to get help. Thank you.

@goodboy Auditbeat is not the Beat you would want to use to monitor MySQL logs.

It's a valid approach to install both beats on your host.

Thank you, so if you need to collect logs, you still need to use filebeat; another question is, Elastic search has opened the x-pack function, autidbeat to Elastic search output logs can only use elastic as a super administrator user? Because my attempts to use remote_monitoring_collector and kibana users were unsuccessful, I want to confirm that, thank you again.

Auditbeat does require root privilege, yes

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