TeskaLabs LogMan.io Library
A library of declaration is a folder on the filesystem that holds declarations for parsers, enrichers, correlators and other YAML elements such as
A library has a prescribed structure:
library/ <parser group 1>/ p01_<parser>.yaml p02_<parser>.yaml e01_<enricher>.yaml e02_<enricher>.yaml include/ head_parser.yaml spec_parser.yaml ... test/ test01.yaml ... <parser group 2>/ <parser group 2>/ <correlator group 1>/ <correlator group 2>/ ... include/
The parser group is a set of parser and enricher declarations that is operated within the same parser type.
The naming pattern eg.
p01_<...>.yaml is recommended because it provides the control over the order of execution and a visual differentiator between parsers and enrichers.
The order of files being loaded to the pipeline is alphabetical, thus parser with a name
p01_<...>.yaml will be loaded
into the pipeline before the
Including declarations in the library
Declarations such as declarations of parsers can include other declarations from library include directories using the !INCLUDE expression.
The include directories are specified in
include_search_path configuration option for LogMan.io Parser, Correlator etc.:
By specifying asterisk
* after a slash, all subdirectories will be recursively included,
so that user does not have to specify each of them in the
By default, the following include search path are always also implicitly included:
library/<group>/include is the implicit location of the
!INCLUDE YAML files used within a parser group.
library/include is the location of the
!INCLUDE YAML files used globally.
predicate_filter.yaml located in one of the include search path directories can then included in the following way:
predicate: !AND - !EQ - !ITEM EVENT Type - UseIt - !INCLUDE predicate_filter
For more information, see Cascade Parser and Window Correlator sections.
library/<* group/test is location of the unit test for the given group, see
lmio-correlator for more details about how to approach unit tests of the library.
The library is designed to be easily manageable by a version control systems such as Git or Subversion.