IF conditional not dropping field


(Sjaak) #1

Hi,

I'm trying to filter out some data but for some reason the conditional I'm using isn't working. I'm using a similar config for another log and there it's working fine.

I also tried putting the conditional after renaming the fields in case child fields somehow where causing the issue but that isn't working either. What am I doing wrong?

filter {
  if [type] == "netflow" {

  if [netflow][l4_src_port] == "8888" {
     drop { }
  }

  if [netflow][l4_dst_port] == "8888" {
     drop { }
  }

     mutate {
     add_field => { "location" => "A" }

rename => { "[netflow][ipv4_dst_addr]" => "ipv4_dst_addr" }
rename => { "[netflow][ipv4_src_addr]" => "ipv4_src_addr" }
rename => { "[netflow][l4_src_port]" => "l4_src_port" }
rename => { "[netflow][l4_dst_port]" => "l4_dst_port" }
rename => { "[netflow][out_bytes]" => "out_bytes" }
rename => { "[netflow][in_bytes]" => "in_bytes" }
rename => { "[netflow][in_bytes]" => "in_bytes" }
rename => { "[netflow][protocol]" => "protocol" }

     }


  mutate {
    remove_field => [ "@version", "host", "netflow" ]
  }
 }
}

(Magnus B├Ąck) #2

As discussed in another thread the problem is probably that you're double-quoting the port numbers.


(system) #3

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