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TCP_ROUTING Sub-folders of monitors fails

Engager

Hi,
Monitoring subfolders of other monitors while using TCP_ROUTING results in subfolders not being indexed.
Do anyone of you have any experiences with this, or possible workarounds? 🙂

Removing the /var/log monitor will get data into to the customer01 and customer02 servers, so i know that the ROUTING is working.

Adding additional TCP_ROUTING to /var/log/ do not seem to help.

[monitor:///var/log/customer]
disabled=false
index=index1y
blacklist=.(gz|\d+)$
recursive=false
TCPROUTING=customer01,customer02

[monitor:///var/log]
disabled = false
blacklist = (.(gz|bz2|z|zip)|lastlog|wtmp|btmp)$
followTail = 1
recursive = false

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Best regards
Espen

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Re: TCP_ROUTING Sub-folders of monitors fails

Path Finder

I guess you stumbled on the same "bug" as I did.
This was my workaround:
http://answers.splunk.com/answers/126064/bug-in-universal-forwarder-inputsconf-monitor-and-recursive...

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