Using Centralized Pipeline Management and Multiple Pipelines

Hi everyone,
I am trying to use multiple pipelines using the centralized pipeline management from Kibana, but without successful, it possible to do what I'm trying to do? If yes, how?

I don't find any topic or documentation about this.

Do you have any examples of what you are trying to do?

Is this a problem with Kibana, or with Logstash?

You may want to take a look here if it is for Logstash:

Keen, thanks for your atention.

My problem is in Logstash, for example:

I have 1 Logstash running in docker, so I assign the environment variable "" with the following value ["output-internal-queue-1", "output-bdr"], this causes Logstash successfully recognizes both queues and tries to pick up both Elasticsearch queues since I use Centralized Pipelines, but it can not load the pipeline from the second queue, thus finalizing it at Logstash initialization and using only the first one.

Did I explain the scenario well?

Can you give an example of what you want to do? The entire flow of what you want.

It sounds like you want 2 logstashes to process the same file, which is totally doable.

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