Select output plugin based on a field

(Ram Sharan Mittal) #1

In my requirement, event have to send to different output plugin based on a field in input


This will feed to different outputs based on the 'type' field.

        if [type] != "dots" {
                stdout{ codec=>"rubydebug" }
        } else {
                stdout{ codec=>"dots" }

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(Ram Sharan Mittal) #4

I can't use this:
{stdin {codec => json}}


            stdout{ codec=>

{if {[type] != "dots"} "rubydebug"
else "dots" }

is this some kind of data structure of ruby or logstash format?

(Magnus B├Ąck) #5

You can't use conditionals inside plugin definitions.

(system) #6

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