Fluentd v0.14.14 has been released

Hi users!

We have released v0.14.14 with several bug fixes and plugin improvement.

Here are the changes (full ChangeLog is available here):

We say again, fluentd v0.14 is still development version. We need your feedback seriously! If you try to use v0.14, check your configuration and plugins carefully.

in_monitor_agent: Start one HTTP server per worker on sequential port numbers

in_monitor_agent now launches HTTP server per worker on multiprocess environment. The port number is based on port parameter and worker id. For example, if you have following configuration:

<system>
  workers 4
<system>
<source>
  @type monitor_agent
  port 25000
</source>

worker 1's port is 25000, worker 2's port is 25001 and worker 4's port is 25003.

in_http: Support application/msgpack header

fluent-bit has out_http and it uses application/json or application/msgpack header in the request. fluentd's in_http now accepts application/msgpack request from fluent-bit :)

filter_parser: Add emit_invalid_record_to_error parameter

By default, filter_parser emits invalid record to @ERROR label when parsing failed. This is useful for rescuing invalid records in your data pipeline. But users sometimes want to ignore such records for mixed logs. You can now ignore unparseable records by setting emit_invalid_record_to_error false in the configuration.

<filter pattern>
  @type parser
  # ignore non-json logs
  emit_invalid_record_to_error false
  <parse>
    @format json
  </parse>
</filter>

Major bug fixes

  • config: Set encoding forcefully to avoid UndefinedConversionError
  • config: Fix log_level handling in
  • Fix Input and Output deadlock when buffer is full during startup

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Written by Masahiro Nakagawa

Masahiro (@repeatedly) is the main maintainer of Fluentd. He works on Fluentd development and support full-time. He is also a committer of the D programming language.


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