Fluentd v1.11.1 has been released

Hi users!

We have released v1.11.1. ChangeLog is here.

in_http: Improve time field handling

in_http now supports time parsing in record field for default json/msgpack request. Here is configuration example:

  @type http
  @id input_http
  port 8888
    time_format %iso8601
    time_key logtime
    keep_time_key true

<match test.**>
  @type stdout

If you post following requests:

# ruby code example

require 'net/http'
require 'json'

record  = {'json' => {'k' => 'hello1', 'logtime' => '2020-06-10T11:14:27+09:00'}.to_json}
records = {'json' => [
  {'k' => 'hello2', 'logtime' => '2020-06-10T11:14:28+09:00'},
  {'k' => 'hello3', 'logtime' => '2020-06-10T11:14:29+09:00'}

def post(path, params)
  http = Net::HTTP.new('', 8888)
  req  = Net::HTTP::Post.new(path, {})

post("/test.http", record)
post("/test.http", records)

the log shows expected result:

2020-06-10 11:14:27.000000000 +0900 test.http: { "k":"hello1","logtime":"2020-06-10T11:14:27+09:00"}
2020-06-10 11:14:28.000000000 +0900 test.http: { "k":"hello2","logtime":"2020-06-10T11:14:28+09:00"}
2020-06-10 11:14:29.000000000 +0900 test.http: { "k":"hello3","logtime":"2020-06-10T11:14:29+09:00"}

Before, this configuration doesn't work because in_http assumes the time value is floating point.

Major bug fixes

  • in_tail: Use actual path instead of base pattern for ignore list
  • child_process helper: Fix child process failure due to SIGPIPE if the command uses stdout

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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.