being on Ubuntu 16.04.5 LTS with rsyslogd.
We have the following situation:
(1) An appliance forwards syslog to the Ubuntu host.
(2) Ubuntu Host stores those forwarded messages in a separate logfile
We have two expectations from the rsyslog.
we config :
input (type="imfile" file="/opt/reports/*.csv") tag="send_csv" ruleset="test")
Given the following lines in an instance of /etc/rsyslog.conf:
$template MyFmt, "%timereported:::date-year%%timereported:::date-month%%timereported:::date-day%_%timereported:::date-hour%%timereported:...
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