I am new to Elasticstack, and am currently plowing my way through Logstash configuration according to this guide:
On this page, it shows how you can manually start logstash with:
bin/logstash -f first-pipeline.conf --config.reload.automatic
I really like how I can make it so I don't have to restart logstash every time I make a change to my grok filters. How can I add the reload.automatic option to the default service startup?
Logstash 5.2.0 is installed on CentOS 7, if that helps.