Logstash file output. gzip performance


I have a logstash instance ingesting large amount of log files data from Kafka. I write them back to disk using the file output plugin.
From a performance point of view, is it better to get logstash to zip on the fly (gzip => "true") or write the files uncompressed and run external gzip commands to zip the files?


I suggest you try both methods and measure the resources consumed.

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