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driskell commented Jun 12, 2015 @ph - I would guess due to EOF it not hanging, but the connection thread crashing. What mechanical effects would the common cold have? Add-on Gliffy Diagrams for JIRA Cloud failed to load. Changing it to http resolved my issue elasticsearch { host => localhost index => 'logstash-%{+YYYY.MM}' + protocol => http } So, probably there is one of possible reasons of this famous his comment is here

Every other logfile works fine strzelecki-maciek commented Aug 5, 2015 on logstash side - removal of codec: json fixed the issue. Killing the java process and starting it again would bring it back for a while. Cheers, -Robin- robin13 closed this Oct 24, 2014 caseydunham commented Dec 19, 2014 I am getting this on CentOS 6.4 with recent update of logstash and I built logstash-forwarder from master. Here is a sample of what is happening: 2015/01/25 18:51:46.116770 Read error looking for ack: EOF 2015/01/25 18:51:46.116831 Loading client ssl certificate: /opt/certs/logstash-forwarder.crt and /opt/certs/logstash-forwarder.key 2015/01/25 18:51:46.276102 Setting trusted CA from

Read Error Looking For Ack Read Tcp I/o Timeout

How could we get that patch pushed so it is included in the next logstash package? Logstash-forwarder is able to connect to logstash server but imediately throwing the error Setting trusted CA from file: /path/to//logstash-forwarder.crt2015/08/05 10:18:39.416031 Connecting to [x.x.x.x]:8140 2015/08/05 10:18:39.467751 Connected to x.x.x.x2015/08/05 10:18:39.543006 Read error Can sum of a series be uncountable Which answer best completes the sequence? Collaborator jordansissel commented Mar 13, 2015 @DanielRedOak it's possible that your load balancer is just dropping idle connections.

Please read my above comment and provide as much information as you can. Is a Turing Machine "by definition" the most powerful machine? Beers are on me if we ever meet IRL! In the mean time the java process leaks threads for a long period of time receiving input and output are single threaded the receivers need to be restarted periodically due to

jmreicha commented Mar 6, 2015 Ah that makes sense, thanks for the clarification. Logstash Forwarder Timeout By the time lsf gets to sending data and waiting for acks, I'm reasonably certain it's already successfully done a tls handshake and is not showing you a cert error. Everything is running in Docker containers. https://github.com/elastic/logstash-forwarder/issues/360 I was just thinking, would traffic flowing through a nat instance to logstash cause problems?

So maybe that the forwarder is DDOSing the logstash server.) 2015/03/06 16:45:54.085117 Setting trusted CA from file: /etc/pki/tls/certs/logstash-forwarder.crt 2015/03/06 16:45:54.085818 Connecting to []:5000 (logstash.i.company.com) 2015/03/06 16:45:54.145838 Connected to 2015/03/06 16:45:55.114476 If you can, try Logstash in debug mode it might tell you what's going on, but I don't think the current gem does any logging - maybe look at #180 in tried brining back up.. Add-on Gliffy Diagrams for JIRA Cloud is not responding.

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strzelecki-maciek commented Jun 12, 2015 yup, big thanks for support! https://discuss.elastic.co/t/tls-handshake-read-error-looking-for-ack/33254 EOF means it closed the connection. Read Error Looking For Ack Read Tcp I/o Timeout Can you forward the sample squid log I uploaded? Failed To Tls Handshake With Read Tcp : I/o Timeout naviehuynh commented Jun 25, 2015 @driskell yeah setting codec => json seems to cause the problem indeed And I get a number of these errors in logstash server log {:timestamp=>"2015-06-25T04:53:12.014000-0400", :message=>"Exception

Installed the NTP service on both client and server. this content Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 178 Star 1,652 Fork 441 elastic/logstash-forwarder Code Issues 24 Pull requests 7 Projects It means your network connectivity worked for one round-trip of a log payload. AttachmentsActivity People Assignee: Logstash Developers Reporter: Piotr Jasiulewicz Votes: 6 Vote for this issue Watchers: 12 Start watching this issue Dates Created: 13/Nov/13 5:20 AM Updated: 16/Mar/14 12:30 PM Powered by Lumberjack Input The Pipeline Is Blocked Temporary Refusing New Connection

Collaborator jordansissel commented Mar 13, 2015 @DanielRedOak I won't require you to change, but oyu may find it easier to use dns with logstash-forwarder for HA/failover than you are with an My configuration contains logstash-forwarder pushing my server logs to logstash residing in a seperate instance. I have tried running log-courier with the same results inside of Kubernetes. weblink TheHank commented Mar 12, 2015 Ok i seem to have got it fixed.

please suggest any fix for this as i could find anything on the internet. driskell commented Jun 12, 2015 @strzelecki-maciek Is Logstash reporting any errors? naviehuynh commented Jun 22, 2015 @driskell I think there is a mistake here, all we know is the forwarder log displays EOF, it could be bug in the forwarder or logstash

Just thinking out loud here but how about this scenario: A batch of events are sent and processed A decent amount of time goes by before the next batch is sent,

Reload to refresh your session. Are you running it in a Docket container? If yes, would you mind testing it with filebeat and in case it is an issue, open an issue there? driskell commented Jun 29, 2015 I would say don't use the codec if some lines are not json.

Collaborator jordansissel commented Mar 7, 2015 @davedash can you attach your config and your command line for logstash-forwarder? I upgraded to 1.5.0.beta1 but no luck with that either so @jmreicha I don't know if that's going to change. Yzord 2015-11-04 10:44:32 UTC #3 incogniro: Read error looking for ack: read tcp i/o timeout From https://github.com/elastic/logstash-forwarder/issues/134 I had the same problem and after spending a whole day Idiscovered a check over here Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time.

You signed in with another tab or window. Why would the category of sets be intuitionistic? You might want to apply this PR elastic/logstash#3378 if you discover that logstash hang after some time. I don't believe exceptions can escape a Thread::new?

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