-Re: High level technical overview of output bucketing for flume (old-gen) ?
Alexander Alten-Lorenz 2013-01-04, 15:06
I have written a blog about in 2011, here you can see for what you can see the use of bucketing:
You can use the sequences to create directories, based on the sequences the timestamp on a syslog event will be delivered. So you have the availability to automatically create directories for year, month, day, hour or something like that.
On Jan 4, 2013, at 3:22 PM, Bertrand Dechoux <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I am using flume (old gen) as an extension to an existant syslog system and
> would like to use the timestamp of the syslog message as the timestamp of
> the flume event.
> I guess the timestamp is used for the '*Fine grained escape sequences date
> and times*' but I don't have a clear understanding of it.
> Could someone point me to where those sequences (like %d) are interpreted?
> I would like to be sure I am not missing anything obvious.
> Thanks in advance
> PS : I know an unrelated recommandation would be to use flume-ng but this
> is not the topic of this email.
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