grok_exporter - Export Prometheus metrics from arbitrary unstructured log data

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Distribution FreeBSD 12
Repository FreeBSD Ports Latest amd64
Package name grok_exporter
Package version 0.2.3
Package release 2
Package architecture amd64
Package type txz
Installed size 6.95 MB
Download size 1.90 MB
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Grok is a tool to parse crappy unstructured log data into something structured
and queryable. Grok is heavily used in Logstash to provide log data as input for
Grok ships with about 120 predefined patterns for syslog logs, apache and other
webserver logs, mysql logs, etc. It is easy to extend Grok with custom patterns.
The grok_exporter aims at porting Grok from the ELK stack to Prometheus
monitoring. The goal is to use Grok patterns for extracting Prometheus metrics
from arbitrary log files.
Categories: net-mgmt
Groups: prometheus


Package Version Architecture Repository
grok_exporter-0.2.3_2.txz 0.2.3 amd64 FreeBSD Ports Quarterly
grok_exporter - - -


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oniguruma = 6.8.2


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Binary Package grok_exporter-0.2.3_2.txz
Source Package net-mgmt/grok_exporter

Install Howto

Install grok_exporter txz package:

# pkg install grok_exporter

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