I'm currently testing the logstash in below manner.
/opt/logstash/bin/logstash -f /tmp/simpleInputs.conf
This works perfectly, but the issue is, it takes some time to execute it.. just for the starting of java process , spinning up and shutting down etc.. so for every small test I can see it takes around 47 seconds. out of those , the actual running time of the conf is less than 1 second ! .. so when im testing 40-50 conf file, it takes enormous time which ideally should have processed in seconds
Is there an option, whereby I can "put" a conf file and get output instantly without re-spawning the entire logstash process from start & shutdown? What i'm looking for is something like is to inject a .conf file to an already running/existing logstash process?
myInjectScript -f /tmp/simpleInputs.conf