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Logstash init script for CentOS / Redhat

Here is a working script to run logstash as a service on CentOs or Redhat. You may configure it by changing the name of the config file (change the SUFFIX value) Several script may be used with different values for this variable. (For Ubuntu, see this post)

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Install logstash as a service easily (Ubuntu)

During my actual setup, I have to setup many instances of logstash, on different servers and each one with different configuration files. It’s very boring to set all this by hand, so I’ve looked for an init.d script of the net to handle that, and I’ve made a Perl script to automatize this install. (For

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Predis install procedure (Ubuntu 12.04)

I chose Redis for its speed, flexibility and extreme ease of use. There are some very efficient API for every langages out there, but I had to use it with PHP, and the correct (and simplest) way to install it was not so easy to find. (the PHP API for Redis is called Predis) Anyway,

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Logstash install

This new article explains in detail how to install logstash, redis and elasticsearch on a Linux server. Read the post

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How-to run logstash as a service under Linux

This article explains in detail how to run logstash as a service on a Linux server. Read the article.

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