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From higkoohk <higko...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: What does the file header mean ? Flume always add headers to file header
Date Wed, 15 May 2013 10:06:58 GMT
Maybe it make by 'tengine.sinks.hdfs4log.serializer = avro_event' , but
still don't know why and howto ...


2013/5/15 higkoohk <higkoohk@gmail.com>

> My flume.conf
>
> tengine.sources = tengine
>> tengine.sources.tengine.type = exec
>> tengine.sources.tengine.command = tail -n +0 -F
>> /data/log/tengine/access.log
>> tengine.sources.tengine.channels = file4log
>> tengine.sinks = hdfs4log
>> tengine.sinks.hdfs4log.type = hdfs
>> tengine.sinks.hdfs4log.channel = file4log
>> tengine.sinks.hdfs4log.serializer = avro_event
>> tengine.sinks.hdfs4log.hdfs.path = hdfs://
>> hdfs.kisops.org:8020/flume/tengine
>> tengine.sinks.hdfs4log.hdfs.filePrefix = access
>> tengine.sinks.hdfs4log.hdfs.fileSuffix = .log
>> tengine.sinks.hdfs4log.hdfs.rollInterval = 0
>> tengine.sinks.hdfs4log.hdfs.rollCount = 0
>> tengine.sinks.hdfs4log.hdfs.rollSize = 134217728
>> tengine.sinks.hdfs4log.hdfs.batchSize = 1024
>> tengine.sinks.hdfs4log.hdfs.threadsPoolSize = 1
>> tengine.sinks.hdfs4log.hdfs.fileType = DataStream
>> tengine.sinks.hdfs4log.hdfs.writeFormat = Text
>> tengine.channels = file4log
>> tengine.channels.file4log.type = file
>> tengine.channels.file4log.capacity = 4096
>> tengine.channels.file4log.transactionCapacity = 1024
>> tengine.channels.file4log.checkpointDir = /data/log/hdfs
>> tengine.channels.file4log.dataDirs = /data/log/loadrunner
>
>
> When I see the logs in hdfs , there are same headers in files which not
> creater by app :
>
>> Obj avro.codec null avro.schema�
>> {"type":"record","name":"Event","fields":[{"name":"headers","type":{"type":"map","values":"string"}},{"name":"body","type":"bytes"}]}�"
>> �,�)��E����5�Y� ��
>> �� agent25.kisops.org|10.20.216.20|1368610557.341|200|207|255|GET
>> /status?00000005 HTTP/1.1|0.000|52033467��
>
>
> See the image :
>
>
> What does it mean , how to remove it or when and how to use this info ?
>
> Many thanks !
>

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