columns => ["plmn", "state", "leakage_value", "MetricRSRP_values"]
separator => ","
autodetect_column_names => true
autogenerate_column_names => true
I have tried running the above logstash configuration. But it just doesn't print any column headers even after running it with a single logstash worker. Please help.
Off the top of my head, could it be a collision between giving column names in your filter and having
autodetect_column_names => true?
If you keep it to false you can give the filter your own column names and use more than 1 worker.
You can check the documentation for the csv filter here: https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/logstash/current/plugins-filters-csv.html
Just a thought.
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