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logstash_simple (4) Versions 0.0.3

Installs/Configures logstash

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cookbook 'logstash_simple', '= 0.0.3'
cookbook 'logstash_simple', '= 0.0.3', :supermarket
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logstash_simple cookbook

Very basic LWRP cookbook for installing Logstash via tar.gz (or rpm) on CentOS systems (will add Ubuntu support in future). Service is managed via Systemd scripts provided in the cookbook instead of using runit as per most other cookbooks.

Pre-requisites

Java Runtime Logtash requires Java 1.7+ however the resources in this cookbook do not facilitate this.

This cookbook requires Chef 12.6.0+

Supported Platforms

This has been tested on CentOS 7.1

Recipes

This cookbook provides a default recipe to give an example of how to make use of the included Chef resources.

logtash_simple::default

Installs Logstash 2.1.1 from tar.gz to /usr/local/logstash.

Includes sample syslog input in /etc/logstash/conf.d/logstash_test.conf that listens for syslog messages on TCP/UDP 5000.

Enables and starts service via Systemd with included scripts.

Usage

Include logstash_simple in your node's run_list:


{
  "run_list": [
    "recipe[logstash_simple::default]"
  ]
}

Resources

logstash_simple_instance

This resource downloads and installs Logstash

Example: ```

logstash_simple_instance 'logstash' do package_type 'tarball' package_url 'https://download.elastic.co/logstash/logstash/logstash-2.1.1.tar.gz' package_checksum '2ea975e16a02b416a5bd9eed5ab280224820f278d54f6e0ec4cccf0d8f5ca610' logstash_directory '/usr/local/logstash' logstash_version '2.1.1' logstash_log_directory '/var/log/logstash' logstash_config_directory '/etc/logstash/conf.d' logstash_user 'logstash' logstash_group 'logstash' logstash_heap_size '300M' action :create end


### logstash_simple_config

This resource uses the given input, filter and output configuration and generates a logstash config file.

Use multiple logstash_simple_config resources to create multiple config files.

Example:

logstash_simple_config 'logstash' do input <<-EOF input { tcp { port => 5000 type => syslog } udp { port => 5000 type => syslog } } EOF filter <<-EOF filter {

} EOF output <<-EOF output {

} EOF path logtash_config name 'logstash_test.conf' action :create end


## logstash_simple_service

This resource manages the Logstash service via Systemd.

The service can be enabled, disabled, stopped or started.

Example:

logstash_simple_service 'logstash' do action [ :enable, :start ] end


## License and Authors

Author:: Thomas Riley

Dependent cookbooks

java >= 0.0.0

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

0.1.0

Initial release of logstash

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