fluentd correct mapping and indexing of @timestamp

The timestamp in Kibana is a long field (containing a unix timestamp) with the following configuration: <source> @type tail path /logs/other_vhosts_access.log pos_file /logs/access.log.pos tag apache.access <parse> @type regexp # IPv4 only! Matches “GET <url> HTTP/x.x” expression ^(?<serveraddress>.*?) (?<clientaddress>.*?) – (?<user>.*?) \[(?<@timestamp>.*?)\] “(?<method>\w+) (?<url>.*?) HTTP\/\d\.\d” (?<status>\d+) (?<bytes>\d+) “(?<referrer>.*?)” “(?<agent>.*?)”$ time_key @timestamp # https://docs.ruby-lang.org/en/2.4.0/Time.html#method-i-strftime # 04/Dec/2019:12:35:56 +0100…

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How do I pass a function pointer to a contract method from a unit test?

I’m getting this error: Error: invalid type (arg=”type”, value=”function”) when trying to call this method on the contract IntOption: function create( address target, string memory name, int initialValue, function (address, string memory, int) external view validate ) public { from my unit test. I’m trying to pass this function defined in Config4AccessControl as argument for…

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How can I insert # in beginning of line, if the line contains a particular string/word?

ManagedElement=1,Transport=1,Router= no InterfaceIPv4=vlan1. top ManagedElement=1,Transport=1,Router= no InterfaceIPv4=vlan1. commit -s In this file, I want to add # in beginning if and only if the line contains CMX. So desired output is: #ManagedElement=1,Transport=1,Router= no InterfaceIPv4=vlan1. top #ManagedElement=1,Transport=1,Router= no InterfaceIPv4=vlan1. commit -s

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How to replace libapt-private.so.0.0.0 manually on Ubuntu for Windows?

I’m using Ubuntu for Windows, and have been for some time. /etc/debian_version names it as buster/sid. As a result of recent suspected disk corruption, /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libapt-private.so.0.0.0 appears to have been replaced by a same-sized file containing only (binary) zeroes. This breaks apt and prevents its self-repair, of course. I have been given a copy of the…

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Trying to install theme for rEFInd but it’s not working – Mac 10.13.6

Installed rEFInd using the install binary…. all working but the originally theme was a little uninspiring… then followed following steps from this link….. From OSX, do the following Start by mounting your EFI partition. sudo mount -t msdos /dev/disk0s1 /Volumes Then cd to the rEFInd directory on that partition cd /Volumes/EFI/rEFInd Download the theme with…

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