The sensu-check-log-regex is a Sensu Check that uses regex to look at nested directories and return all log files and their respective matches. It is based on the original sensu-check-log check, but is not at feature parity, does not use the event API, and uses the Sensu Go Asset plugin format for arguments. In addition this check scrubs ':' from paths to prevent issues with Windows paths.
Usage: sensu-check-log-regex [flags] sensu-check-log-regex [command] Available Commands: help Help about any command version Print the version number of this plugin Flags: -h, --help help for sensu-check-log-regex -l, --logpath string Path of logs to examine -r, --logregex string Regex of log names to examine -m, --match string Keyword to match in logs -n, --numprocs int Number of processors to use (defaults to runtime.NumCPU()) -s, --state string Path to root state directory Use "sensu-check-log-regex [command] --help" for more information about a command.
Sensu Assets are the best way to make use of this plugin. If you're not using an asset, please
consider doing so! If you're using sensuctl 5.13 with Sensu Backend 5.13 or later, you can use the
following command to add the asset:
sensuctl asset add ValkyrieOps/sensu-check-log-regex
If you're using an earlier version of sensuctl, you can find the asset on the [Bonsai Asset Index][https://bonsai.sensu.io/assets/ValkyrieOps/sensu-check-log-regex].
--- type: CheckConfig api_version: core/v2 metadata: name: sensu-check-log-regex namespace: default spec: command: sensu-check-log-regex -l "/tmp/test/logs" -r "*.txt" -m "ERROR" -s "/tmp/test/state" subscriptions: - system runtime_assets: - ValkyrieOps/sensu-check-log-regex
The preferred way of installing and deploying this plugin is to use it as an Asset. If you would
like to compile and install the plugin from source or contribute to it, download the latest version
or create an executable script from this source.
From the local path of the sensu-check-log-regex repository:
The default for -numprocs is determined by runtime.NumCPU().
NumCPU returns the number of logical CPUs usable by the current process. The set of available CPUs is checked by querying the operating system at process startup. Changes to operating system CPU allocation after process startup are not reflected.
For more information about contributing to this plugin, see Contributing.
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