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Registered: ‎09-08-2013

Flume Morphlines interceptor to generate kibana index

I am using morphlines to do ETL on my logs and then I want to generate a Kibana index.  To do so I am using the ElasticSearchLogStashEventSerializer in the ElasticSearchSink.  Do you have an exaple on how to generate the event headers out of morphlines so that I can pipe that into the ElasticSearchLogStashEventSerializer?  I notice you describe this feature in your documentation, but I have not seen any examples on how to actually do it.  Thanks in advance for your reply

Cloudera Employee
Posts: 146
Registered: ‎08-21-2013

Re: Flume Morphlines interceptor to generate kibana index

Sounds like a misunderstanding. We support cloudera search based on apache solr, not elastic search.

Wolfgang

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Registered: ‎09-08-2013

Re: Flume Morphlines interceptor to generate kibana index

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Yeah I know that, but you also have a morphlines interceptor.  I am not using your SolrSink, just your interceptor.  How do I generate event headers from a morphlines interceptor?  I am not using ClouderaSearch at all in my solution.  Just parts of the CDK