udp, you can set the size of packets to be sent.
udp, you can set this if you want your UDP packets to be compressed.
log. So you can set
Gelf_Short_Message_Keyto send everything in Docker logs to Graylog. In this case, you need your
logvalue to be a string; so don't parse it using JSON parser.
Gelf_Timestamp_Keyprovided in configuration
versionof GELF message is also mandatory and Fluent Bit sets it to 1.1 which is the current latest version of GELF.
udpas transport protocol and set
true, Fluent Bit compresses your packets in GZIP format, which is the default compression that Graylog offers. This can be used to trade more CPU load for saving network bandwidth.
/var/log/containersdirectory. The logs are placed in value of the
logkey. For example, this is a log saved by Docker:
"version": "1.1"to it.
Gelf_Short_Message_Key; so GELF plugin changes it to