Syslog proxy that receives syslogs from Fastly, and sends them to Logly.
Syslog proxy that receives syslogs from Fastly, and sends them to Loggly.
var lylog =var proxy =proxy// now go tell fastly to send syslogs to logs.mysite.com:10514,// and they'll be proxied to loggly
Or in bash:
$ lylog -hlylog [options]Options:-l PORT, --listen=PORT Port that lylog listens on. Required.-t TOKEN, --token=TOKEN Loggly customer token. Required.-p PORT, --port=PORT Port to send Loggly messages to (default=514)-H HOST, --host=HOST Hostname to send Loggly messages to(default=logs-01.loggly.com)-e, --echo Print logs to stdout as well as sending them tologgly-w LIST, --whitelist=LIST Whitespace-separated list of IPv4 blocks toaccept. Defaults to the known list of Fastly IPv4address blocks as of lylog publish date (see"fastly-ips.txt" in lylog root). Set to "ALLOW"to allow connections from any client (notrecommended!)-h, --help Display this help
tokenString, Required. Your loggly customer token.
'logs-01.loggly.com'. The hostname on loggly where logs are sent.
514. Port on loggly to send logs.
false. Array of Fastly IPv4 blocks to accept connections from. (Note: without this, your server is an open proxy that will spam your loggly account!)
false. Print logs to stdout as well as sending to loggly. Useful if you want to maintain a local copy as well.
onerrorFunction, Optional. Call this function when upstream connections to loggly experience an error writing.
minFreeNumber, Optional, Default=
16. Minimum number of free connections to loggly before reaping will occur.
freeReapRatioNumber, Optional, Default=
0.5. Minimum ratio of free loggly connections to total connections before reaping will occur. Set to
1to never reap connections (not recommended!)
Outbound connections to loggly are created as needed, and then kept
alive for future use. If the
free list of connections is greater
than 16 (
minFree config), and more than 50% of the total pool of
freeReapRatio config), then the bottom 50% of the free pool
will be reaped. This prevents spikes from causing an abnormal number
of connections to be open indefinitely.