FluentbitSpec 🔗︎

FluentbitSpec defines the desired state of Fluentbit

annotations (map[string]string, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

labels (map[string]string, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

envVars ([]corev1.EnvVar, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

image (ImageSpec, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

tls (*FluentbitTLS, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

targetHost (string, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

targetPort (int32, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

flush (int32, optional) 🔗︎

Set the flush time in seconds.nanoseconds. The engine loop uses a Flush timeout to define when is required to flush the records ingested by input plugins through the defined output plugins. (default: 1)

Default: 1

grace (int32, optional) 🔗︎

Set the grace time in seconds as Integer value. The engine loop uses a Grace timeout to define wait time on exit (default: 5)

Default: 5

logLevel (string, optional) 🔗︎

Set the logging verbosity level. Allowed values are: error, warn, info, debug and trace. Values are accumulative, e.g: if ‘debug’ is set, it will include error, warning, info and debug. Note that trace mode is only available if Fluent Bit was built with the WITH_TRACE option enabled. (default: info)

Default: info

coroStackSize (int32, optional) 🔗︎

Set the coroutines stack size in bytes. The value must be greater than the page size of the running system. Don’t set too small value (say 4096), or coroutine threads can overrun the stack buffer. Do not change the default value of this parameter unless you know what you are doing. (default: 24576)

Default: 24576

resources (corev1.ResourceRequirements, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

tolerations ([]corev1.Toleration, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

nodeSelector (map[string]string, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

affinity (*corev1.Affinity, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

metrics (*Metrics, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

security (*Security, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

positiondb (volume.KubernetesVolume, optional) 🔗︎


Default: -

position_db (*volume.KubernetesVolume, optional) 🔗︎

Deprecated, use positiondb

Default: -

mountPath (string, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

extraVolumeMounts ([]*VolumeMount, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

inputTail (InputTail, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

filterAws (*FilterAws, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

parser (string, optional) 🔗︎

Deprecated, use inputTail.parser

Default: -

filterKubernetes (FilterKubernetes, optional) 🔗︎

Parameters for Kubernetes metadata filter

Default: -

disableKubernetesFilter (*bool, optional) 🔗︎

Disable Kubernetes metadata filter

Default: -

bufferStorage (BufferStorage, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

bufferStorageVolume (volume.KubernetesVolume, optional) 🔗︎


Default: -

customConfigSecret (string, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

podPriorityClassName (string, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

livenessProbe (*corev1.Probe, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

livenessDefaultCheck (bool, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

readinessProbe (*corev1.Probe, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

network (*FluentbitNetwork, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

forwardOptions (*ForwardOptions, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

enableUpstream (bool, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

serviceAccount (*typeoverride.ServiceAccount, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

dnsPolicy (corev1.DNSPolicy, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

dnsConfig (*corev1.PodDNSConfig, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

FluentbitTLS 🔗︎

FluentbitTLS defines the TLS configs

enabled (*bool, required) 🔗︎

Default: -

secretName (string, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

sharedKey (string, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

FluentbitNetwork 🔗︎

FluentbitNetwork defines network configuration for fluentbit

connectTimeout (*uint32, optional) 🔗︎

Sets the timeout for connecting to an upstream

Default: 10

keepalive (*bool, optional) 🔗︎

Whether or not TCP keepalive is used for the upstream connection

Default: true

keepaliveIdleTimeout (*uint32, optional) 🔗︎

How long in seconds a TCP keepalive connection can be idle before being recycled

Default: 30

keepaliveMaxRecycle (*uint32, optional) 🔗︎

How many times a TCP keepalive connection can be used before being recycled

Default: 0, disabled

BufferStorage 🔗︎

BufferStorage is the Service Section Configuration of fluent-bit

storage.path (string, optional) 🔗︎

Set an optional location in the file system to store streams and chunks of data. If this parameter is not set, Input plugins can only use in-memory buffering.

Default: -

storage.sync (string, optional) 🔗︎

Configure the synchronization mode used to store the data into the file system. It can take the values normal or full.

Default: normal

storage.checksum (string, optional) 🔗︎

Enable the data integrity check when writing and reading data from the filesystem. The storage layer uses the CRC32 algorithm.

Default: Off

storage.backlog.mem_limit (string, optional) 🔗︎

If storage.path is set, Fluent Bit will look for data chunks that were not delivered and are still in the storage layer, these are called backlog data. This option configure a hint of maximum value of memory to use when processing these records.

Default: 5M

InputTail 🔗︎

InputTail defines Fluentbit tail input configuration The tail input plugin allows to monitor one or several text files. It has a similar behavior like tail -f shell command.

storage.type (string, optional) 🔗︎

Specify the buffering mechanism to use. It can be memory or filesystem.

Default: memory

Buffer_Chunk_Size (string, optional) 🔗︎

Set the buffer size for HTTP client when reading responses from Kubernetes API server. The value must be according to the Unit Size specification.

Default: 32k

Buffer_Max_Size (string, optional) 🔗︎

Set the limit of the buffer size per monitored file. When a buffer needs to be increased (e.g: very long lines), this value is used to restrict how much the memory buffer can grow. If reading a file exceed this limit, the file is removed from the monitored file list. The value must be according to the Unit Size specification.

Default: Buffer_Chunk_Size

Path (string, optional) 🔗︎

Pattern specifying a specific log files or multiple ones through the use of common wildcards.

Default: -

Path_Key (string, optional) 🔗︎

If enabled, it appends the name of the monitored file as part of the record. The value assigned becomes the key in the map.

Default: -

Exclude_Path (string, optional) 🔗︎

Set one or multiple shell patterns separated by commas to exclude files matching a certain criteria, e.g: exclude_path=*.gz,*.zip

Default: -

Refresh_Interval (string, optional) 🔗︎

The interval of refreshing the list of watched files in seconds.

Default: 60

Rotate_Wait (string, optional) 🔗︎

Specify the number of extra time in seconds to monitor a file once is rotated in case some pending data is flushed.

Default: 5

Ignore_Older (string, optional) 🔗︎

Ignores files that have been last modified before this time in seconds. Supports m,h,d (minutes, hours,days) syntax. Default behavior is to read all specified files.

Default: -

Skip_Long_Lines (string, optional) 🔗︎

When a monitored file reach it buffer capacity due to a very long line (Buffer_Max_Size), the default behavior is to stop monitoring that file. Skip_Long_Lines alter that behavior and instruct Fluent Bit to skip long lines and continue processing other lines that fits into the buffer size.

Default: Off

DB (*string, optional) 🔗︎

Specify the database file to keep track of monitored files and offsets.

Default: -

DB_Sync (string, optional) 🔗︎

Set a default synchronization (I/O) method. Values: Extra, Full, Normal, Off. This flag affects how the internal SQLite engine do synchronization to disk, for more details about each option please refer to this section.

Default: Full

Mem_Buf_Limit (string, optional) 🔗︎

Set a limit of memory that Tail plugin can use when appending data to the Engine. If the limit is reach, it will be paused; when the data is flushed it resumes.

Default: -

Parser (string, optional) 🔗︎

Specify the name of a parser to interpret the entry as a structured message.

Default: -

Key (string, optional) 🔗︎

When a message is unstructured (no parser applied), it’s appended as a string under the key name log. This option allows to define an alternative name for that key.

Default: log

Tag (string, optional) 🔗︎

Set a tag (with regex-extract fields) that will be placed on lines read.

Default: -

Tag_Regex (string, optional) 🔗︎

Set a regex to extract fields from the file.

Default: -

Multiline (string, optional) 🔗︎

If enabled, the plugin will try to discover multiline messages and use the proper parsers to compose the outgoing messages. Note that when this option is enabled the Parser option is not used.

Default: Off

Multiline_Flush (string, optional) 🔗︎

Wait period time in seconds to process queued multiline messages

Default: 4

Parser_Firstline (string, optional) 🔗︎

Name of the parser that machs the beginning of a multiline message. Note that the regular expression defined in the parser must include a group name (named capture)

Default: -

Parser_N ([]string, optional) 🔗︎

Optional-extra parser to interpret and structure multiline entries. This option can be used to define multiple parsers, e.g: Parser_1 ab1, Parser_2 ab2, Parser_N abN.

Default: -

Docker_Mode (string, optional) 🔗︎

If enabled, the plugin will recombine split Docker log lines before passing them to any parser as configured above. This mode cannot be used at the same time as Multiline.

Default: Off

Docker_Mode_Parser (string, optional) 🔗︎

Specify an optional parser for the first line of the docker multiline mode.

Default: -

Docker_Mode_Flush (string, optional) 🔗︎

Wait period time in seconds to flush queued unfinished split lines.

Default: 4

FilterKubernetes 🔗︎

FilterKubernetes Fluent Bit Kubernetes Filter allows to enrich your log files with Kubernetes metadata.

Match (string, optional) 🔗︎

Match filtered records (default:kube.*)

Default: kubernetes.*

Buffer_Size (string, optional) 🔗︎

Set the buffer size for HTTP client when reading responses from Kubernetes API server. The value must be according to the Unit Size specification. A value of 0 results in no limit, and the buffer will expand as-needed. Note that if pod specifications exceed the buffer limit, the API response will be discarded when retrieving metadata, and some kubernetes metadata will fail to be injected to the logs. If this value is empty we will set it “0”.

Default: “0”

Kube_URL (string, optional) 🔗︎

API Server end-point (default:https://kubernetes.default.svc:443)

Default: https://kubernetes.default.svc:443

Kube_CA_File (string, optional) 🔗︎

CA certificate file (default:/var/run/secrets/kubernetes.io/serviceaccount/ca.crt)

Default: /var/run/secrets/kubernetes.io/serviceaccount/ca.crt

Kube_CA_Path (string, optional) 🔗︎

Absolute path to scan for certificate files

Default: -

Kube_Token_File (string, optional) 🔗︎

Token file (default:/var/run/secrets/kubernetes.io/serviceaccount/token)

Default: /var/run/secrets/kubernetes.io/serviceaccount/token

Kube_Tag_Prefix (string, optional) 🔗︎

When the source records comes from Tail input plugin, this option allows to specify what’s the prefix used in Tail configuration. (default:kube.var.log.containers.)

Default: kubernetes.var.log.containers

Merge_Log (string, optional) 🔗︎

When enabled, it checks if the log field content is a JSON string map, if so, it append the map fields as part of the log structure. (default:Off)

Default: On

Merge_Log_Key (string, optional) 🔗︎

When Merge_Log is enabled, the filter tries to assume the log field from the incoming message is a JSON string message and make a structured representation of it at the same level of the log field in the map. Now if Merge_Log_Key is set (a string name), all the new structured fields taken from the original log content are inserted under the new key.

Default: -

Merge_Log_Trim (string, optional) 🔗︎

When Merge_Log is enabled, trim (remove possible \n or \r) field values.

Default: On

Merge_Parser (string, optional) 🔗︎

Optional parser name to specify how to parse the data contained in the log key. Recommended use is for developers or testing only.

Default: -

Keep_Log (string, optional) 🔗︎

When Keep_Log is disabled, the log field is removed from the incoming message once it has been successfully merged (Merge_Log must be enabled as well).

Default: On

tls.debug (string, optional) 🔗︎

Debug level between 0 (nothing) and 4 (every detail).

Default: -1

tls.verify (string, optional) 🔗︎

When enabled, turns on certificate validation when connecting to the Kubernetes API server.

Default: On

Use_Journal (string, optional) 🔗︎

When enabled, the filter reads logs coming in Journald format.

Default: Off

Regex_Parser (string, optional) 🔗︎

Set an alternative Parser to process record Tag and extract pod_name, namespace_name, container_name and docker_id. The parser must be registered in a parsers file (refer to parser filter-kube-test as an example).

Default: -

K8S-Logging.Parser (string, optional) 🔗︎

Allow Kubernetes Pods to suggest a pre-defined Parser (read more about it in Kubernetes Annotations section)

Default: Off

K8S-Logging.Exclude (string, optional) 🔗︎

Allow Kubernetes Pods to exclude their logs from the log processor (read more about it in Kubernetes Annotations section).

Default: Off

Labels (string, optional) 🔗︎

Include Kubernetes resource labels in the extra metadata.

Default: On

Annotations (string, optional) 🔗︎

Include Kubernetes resource annotations in the extra metadata.

Default: On

Kube_meta_preload_cache_dir (string, optional) 🔗︎

If set, Kubernetes meta-data can be cached/pre-loaded from files in JSON format in this directory, named as namespace-pod.meta

Default: -

Dummy_Meta (string, optional) 🔗︎

If set, use dummy-meta data (for test/dev purposes)

Default: Off

DNS_Retries (string, optional) 🔗︎

DNS lookup retries N times until the network start working

Default: 6

DNS_Wait_Time (string, optional) 🔗︎

DNS lookup interval between network status checks

Default: 30

Use_Kubelet (string, optional) 🔗︎

This is an optional feature flag to get metadata information from kubelet instead of calling Kube Server API to enhance the log.

Default: Off

Kubelet_Port (string, optional) 🔗︎

kubelet port using for HTTP request, this only works when Use_Kubelet set to On

Default: 10250

FilterAws 🔗︎

FilterAws The AWS Filter Enriches logs with AWS Metadata.

imds_version (string, optional) 🔗︎

Specify which version of the instance metadata service to use. Valid values are ‘v1’ or ‘v2’ (default).

Default: v2

az (*bool, optional) 🔗︎

The availability zone (default:true).

Default: true

ec2_instance_id (*bool, optional) 🔗︎

The EC2 instance ID. (default:true)

Default: true

ec2_instance_type (*bool, optional) 🔗︎

The EC2 instance type. (default:false)

Default: false

private_ip (*bool, optional) 🔗︎

The EC2 instance private ip. (default:false)

Default: false

ami_id (*bool, optional) 🔗︎

The EC2 instance image id. (default:false)

Default: false

account_id (*bool, optional) 🔗︎

The account ID for current EC2 instance. (default:false)

Default: false

hostname (*bool, optional) 🔗︎

The hostname for current EC2 instance. (default:false)

Default: false

vpc_id (*bool, optional) 🔗︎

The VPC ID for current EC2 instance. (default:false)

Default: false

Match (string, optional) 🔗︎

Match filtered records (default:*)

Default: *

VolumeMount 🔗︎

VolumeMount defines source and destination folders of a hostPath type pod mount

source (string, required) 🔗︎

Source folder

Default: -

destination (string, required) 🔗︎

Destination Folder

Default: -

readOnly (*bool, optional) 🔗︎

Mount Mode

Default: -

ForwardOptions 🔗︎

ForwardOptions defines custom forward output plugin options, see https://docs.fluentbit.io/manual/pipeline/outputs/forward

Time_as_Integer (bool, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

Send_options (bool, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

Require_ack_response (bool, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

Tag (string, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

Retry_Limit (string, optional) 🔗︎

Default: -

storage.total_limit_size (string, optional) 🔗︎

storage.total_limit_size Limit the maximum number of Chunks in the filesystem for the current output logical destination.

Default: -