Sorry, my Windows not-knowledge got me here. There is no
bzip2 shipped with the Windows UF.
I found some powershell command which could do it, but that looks complicated http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17546016/how-can-you-zip-or-unzip-from-the-command-prompt-using-o... other option would be install
bzip2 on the UF and use the
unarchive_cmd= gzip -d or
unarchive_cmd= bzip -d in
Sorry if this does not answer your question or is helpful.....
on your universal forwarder, check the
inputs.conf currently monitoring the path holding the .gz files. Check if there is a
whitelist= or a
blacklist for this stanza and modify it according to your needs.
See the docs on
Hope this helps ...
inputs.conf and verify if those files are blacklisted or not. Also check if there is a whitelist; if so add them to the whitelist regex and they will be monitored (Some times you need to restart the universal forwarder)
Okay, I must admit my not-knowledge of Windows got me here 🙂
The universal forwarder on Windows does not come with
bzip2 and therefore you cannot just use the
unarchive_cmd = bzip2 -d option.
I found some powershell command which could do such a thing, but it looks complicated http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17546016/how-can-you-zip-or-unzip-from-the-command-prompt-using-o...
Other option, install gzip or zip on this forwarder and use it in the