Upload logfile in the kibana

Hi, I am new in Elasticsearch.

I am trying to upload a log file into elasticsearch by using data visualizer.

However, I ran to some error like below:

Welcome to our community! :smiley:

Can you provide an example of what the log looks like?

Thank you for your quick reply. This is it

Thanks. Please don't post pictures of text, they are difficult to read, impossible to search and replicate (if it's code), and some people may not be even able to see them :slight_smile:

Can you post an excerpt so we can test it out?

Hi this is it
26 Mar 2021 07:52:08 [http-nio-8777-exec-16] INFO ###.################- ########## RECEIVED TSA REQUEST [PID: 69] ##########
26 Mar 2021 07:52:08 [http-nio-8777-exec-16] INFO ###.##########
###### request received from client : 192.169.1.233
26 Mar 2021 07:52:08 [http-nio-8777-exec-16] INFO ###.################ - No access control restriction defined
26 Mar 2021 07:52:08 [http-nio-8777-exec-16] INFO ###.##########
######- TSA request authenticated
26 Mar 2021 07:52:08 [http-nio-8777-exec-16] INFO ###.################- Using default TSA policy : 4.32.376.300.4.0
26 Mar 2021 07:52:08 [http-nio-8777-exec-16] INFO ###.##########
######- TSA request validated
26 Mar 2021 07:52:08 [http-nio-8777-exec-16] INFO ###.################- Processing TSA request
26 Mar 2021 07:52:08 [http-nio-8777-exec-16] INFO ###.##########
###### - Creating timestamp response using TSA policy : 4.32.376.300.4.0
26 Mar 2021 07:52:08 [http-nio-8777-exec-16] INFO ###.################ - Using system time
26 Mar 2021 07:52:08 [http-nio-8777-exec-16] INFO ###.##########
###### - Signing timestamp token
26 Mar 2021 07:52:08 [http-nio-8777-exec-16] INFO ###.################ - Timestamp response created
26 Mar 2021 07:52:08 [http-nio-8777-exec-16] INFO ###.##########
######- Timestamp response sent to client
26 Mar 2021 07:52:08 [http-nio-8777-exec-16] INFO ###.################- Transaction successfully logged
26 Mar 2021 07:52:08 [http-nio-8777-exec-16] INFO ###.##########
###### - ########## FINISHED TSA REQUEST [PID: 69] ##########

Ok, you might want to override the settings and apply a grok filter.

It might also be worth raising an issue on GitHub, as this is still considered experimental.

Thank you. I just read the article about this:

Is there any template or structure I need to follow. As I think I only need a few data from it