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The Elastic stack (ELK) powered by Docker and Compose.Project mention: Why does logstash keep adding event data to the ingested logs? | reddit.com/r/elkstack | 2022-03-03
Essentially I've got 2 sets of standard JSON files that I'm trying to ingest into a dockerized ELK stack. The first set was downloaded cloudflare logs, standard line separated JSON data, tried to use Filebeat to ingest and it kept prefixing the JSON data with some dumb ECS event data, basically exactly what this post describes if its easier to see in pics. All of the cloudflare data was nested within the event.original field and would not get mapped. But once I tried to use just logstash directly, it was fine and mapped correctly and no more event data.
pfSense/OPNsense + Elastic StackProject mention: i'm looking for an PFsense app that i Can use it with splunk, i find only one but it miss Many options | reddit.com/r/PFSENSE | 2022-06-08
I've been using pfElk. You could probably use some of the parsers from there to parse things yourself in Splunk.
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