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    pino-opensearch

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    Stream pino logs into OpenSearch.

    Install

    npm install -g pino-opensearch
    

    Usage

      pino-opensearch
    
      To send pino logs to AWS OpenSearch:
    
         cat log | pino-opensearch --node http://localhost:9200
    
      Flags
      -h  | --help              Display Help
      -v  | --version           display Version
      -n  | --node              the URL where OpenSearch is running
      -i  | --index             the name of the index to use; default: pino
                                will replace %{DATE} with the YYYY-MM-DD date
      -t  | --type              the name of the type to use; default: log
      -f  | --flush-bytes       the number of bytes for each bulk insert; default: 1000
      -t  | --flush-interval    time that the helper will wait before flushing; default: 30000
      -b  | --bulk-size         the number of documents for each bulk insert [DEPRECATED]
      -l  | --trace-level       trace level for the OpenSearch client, default 'error' (info, debug, trace).
          | --es-version        specify the major version number of OpenSearch (eg: 5, 6, 7)
                                (this is needed only if you are using OpenSearch <= 7)
      -u  | --username          Username to specify with authentication method
                                (can only be used in tandem with the 'password' flag)
      -p  | --password          Password to specify with authentication method
                                (can only be used in tandem with the 'username' flag)
      -k  | --api-key           Api key for authentication instead of username/password combination
      -c  | --cloud             Id of the elastic cloud node to connect to
      -r  | --read-config       the name of config file
      --rejectUnauthorized      Reject any connection which is not authorized with the list of supplied CAs; default: true
    
    

    Usage as module

    const pino = require('pino')
    const pinoOpenSearch = require('pino-opensearch')
    
    const streamToOpenSearch = pinoOpenSearch({
      index: 'an-index',
      consistency: 'one',
      node: 'http://localhost:9200',
      'es-version': 7,
      'flush-bytes': 1000
    })
    
    const logger = pino({ level: 'info' }, streamToOpenSearch)
    
    logger.info('hello world')
    // ...

    Using multiple streams (output to Console and OpenSearch)

    If you want to output to multiple streams (transports and console)), the simplest way is to use the pino-multi-stream library and register a stream per output.

    const pinoOpenSearch = require('pino-opensearch');
    const pinoMultiStream = require('pino-multi-stream').multistream;
    
    const streamToOpenSearch = pinoOpenSearch({
      index: 'an-index',
      consistency: 'one',
      node: 'http://localhost:9200',
      'es-version': 7,
      'flush-bytes': 1000
    });
    
    const pinoOptions = {};
    
    return pino(pinoOptions, pinoMultiStream([
      { stream: process.stdout },
      { stream: streamToOpenSearch },
    ]));

    Checkout pino-multi-stream

    Custom Connection

    If you want to use a custom Connection class for the OpenSearch client, you can pass it as an option when using as a module. See the OpenSearch client docs for Connection.

    const pino = require('pino')
    const pinoOpenSearch = require('pino-opensearch')
    
    const Connection = <custom Connection>
    
    const streamToOpenSearch = pinoOpenSearch({
      index: 'an-index',
      consistency: 'one',
      node: 'http://localhost:9200',
      'es-version': 7,
      'flush-bytes': 1000,
      Connection
    })
    
    const logger = pino({ level: 'info' }, streamToOpenSearch)
    
    logger.info('hello world')
    // ...

    Troubleshooting

    Assuming your OpenSearch instance is running and accessible, there are a couple of common problems that will cause indices or events (log entries) to not be created in OpenSearch when using this library. Developers can get feedback on these problems by listening for events returned by the stream handler.

    The stream handler returned from the default factory function is an EventEmitter. Developers can use this interface to debug issues encountered by the pino-opensearch library.

    const pinoOpenSearch = require('pino-opensearch');
    
    const streamToOpenSearch = pinoOpenSearch({
      index: 'an-index',
      consistency: 'one',
      node: 'http://localhost:9200',
      'es-version': 7,
      'flush-bytes': 1000
    })
    
    streamToOpenSearch.on('<event>', (error) => console.log(event));

    The following table lists the events emitted by the stream handler:

    Event Callback Signature Description
    unknown (line: string, error: string) => void Event received by pino-opensearch is unparseable (via JSON.parse)
    insertError (error: Error & { document: Record<string, any> }) => void The bulk insert request to OpenSearch failed (records dropped).
    insert (stats: Record<string, any>) => void Called when an insert was successfully performed
    error (error: Error) => void Called when the OpenSearch client fails for some other reason

    There are a few common problems developers will encounter when initially using this library. The next section discusses these issues.

    Pino output is not JSON

    Any transform of the stream (like pino-pretty) that results in an non-JSON stream output will be ignored (the unknown event will be emitted).

    const pino = require('pino');
    const pinoOpenSearch = require('pino-opensearch');
    
    const streamToOpenSearch = pinoOpenSearch({
      index: 'an-index',
      consistency: 'one',
      node: 'http://localhost:9200',
      'es-version': 7,
      'flush-bytes': 1000
    })
    
    streamToOpenSearch.on(
      'unknown',
      (line, error) =>
        console.log('Expect to see a lot of these with Pino Pretty turned on.')
    );
    
    const logger = pino({
      prettyPrint: true,
    }, streamToOpenSearch)

    Events do not match index schema/mappings

    Elasticsearch schema mappings are strict and if events do not match their format, the events will be dropped. A typical example is if you use the default pino format with the logs- index in OpenSearch. The default installation of OpenSearch includes a data pipeline mapped to the logs- index prefix. This is intended to be used by the Beats and Logstash aggregators and requires @timestamp and @message fields. The default pino setup uses time and msg. Attempting to write events to the logs- index without mapping/transforming the pino schema will result in events being dropped.

    Developers can troubleshoot insert errors by watching for the insertError event.

    streamToOpenSearch.on(
      'insertError',
      (error) => {
        const documentThatFailed = error.document;
        console.log(`An error occurred insert document:`, documentThatFailed);
      }
    );

    ECS support

    If you want to use Elastic Common Schema, you should install @elastic/ecs-pino-format, as the ecs option of this module has been removed.

    const pino = require('pino')
    const ecsFormat = require('@elastic/ecs-pino-format')()
    const pinoOpenSearch = require('pino-opensearch')
    
    const streamToOpenSearch = pinoOpenSearch({
      index: 'an-index',
      consistency: 'one',
      node: 'http://localhost:9200',
      'es-version': 7,
      'flush-bytes': 1000
    })
    
    const logger = pino({ level: 'info',  ...ecsFormat  }, streamToOpenSearch)
    
    logger.info('hello world')
    // ...

    You can then use Kibana to browse and visualize your logs.
    Note: This transport works only with OpenSearch version ≥ 5.

    Dynamic index

    It is possible to customize the index name for every log line just providing a function to the index option:

    const pino = require('pino')
    const pinoOpenSearch = require('pino-opensearch')
    
    const streamToOpenSearch = pinoOpenSearch({
      index: function (logTime) {
        // the logTime is a ISO 8601 formatted string of the log line
        return `awesome-app-${logTime.substring(5, 10)}`
      },
      consistency: 'one',
      node: 'http://localhost:9200'
    })
    // ...

    The function must be sync, doesn't throw and return a string.

    Datastreams

    Indexing to datastreams requires the op_type to be set to create:

    const pino = require('pino')
    const pinoOpenSearch = require('pino-opensearch')
    
    const streamToOpenSearch = pinoOpenSearch({
      index: "type-dataset-namespace",
      consistency: 'one',
      node: 'http://localhost:9200',
      op_type: 'create'
    })
    // ...

    Error handling

    const pino = require('pino')
    const ecsFormat = require('@elastic/ecs-pino-format')()
    const pinoOpenSearch = require('pino-opensearch')
    
    const streamToOpenSearch = pinoOpenSearch({
      index: 'an-index',
      consistency: 'one',
      node: 'http://localhost:9200',
      'es-version': 7,
      'flush-bytes': 1000
    })
    
    // Capture errors like unable to connect OpenSearch instance.
    steamToElastic.on('error', (error) => {
      console.error('Elasticsearch client error:', error);
    })
    // Capture errors returned from OpenSearch, "it will be called for everytime a document can't be indexed".
    streamToOpenSearch.on('insertError', (error) => {
      console.error('Elasticsearch server error:', error);
    })
    
    const logger = pino({ level: 'info',  ...ecsFormat  }, streamToOpenSearch)
    
    logger.info('hello world')

    Authentication

    If you need to use basic authentication to connect with the OpenSearch cluster, pass the credentials in the URL:

    cat log | pino-opensearch --node https://user:pwd@localhost:9200
    

    Alternatively you can supply a combination of username and password OR api-key:

    cat log | pino-opensearch --node https://localhost:9200 -u user -p pwd
    
    cat log | pino-opensearch --node https://localhost:9200 --api-key=base64EncodedKey
    

    Elastic cloud option cloud is also supported:

    cat log | pino-opensearch --cloud=name:bG9jYWxob3N0JGFiY2QkZWZnaA== --api-key=base64EncodedKey

    Note: When using the cli, if you pass username/password AND an apiKey the apiKey will take precedence over the username/password combination.

    You can also include the auth field in your configuration like so:

    const pinoOpenSearch = require('pino-opensearch')
    
    const streamToOpenSearch = pinoOpenSearch({
      index: 'an-index',
      consistency: 'one',
      node: 'http://localhost:9200',
      auth: {
        username: 'user',
        password: 'pwd'
      },
      'es-version': 7,
      'flush-bytes': 1000
    })

    Alternatively you can pass an apiKey instead:

    const pinoOpenSearch = require('pino-opensearch')
    
    const streamToOpenSearch = pinoOpenSearch({
      index: 'an-index',
      consistency: 'one',
      node: 'http://localhost:9200',
      cloud: {
        id: 'name:bG9jYWxob3N0JGFiY2QkZWZnaA=='
      },
      auth: {
        apiKey: 'apikey123'
      },
      'es-version': 7,
      'flush-bytes': 1000
    })

    For a full list of authentication options when using elastic, check out the authentication configuration docs

    Use as a module

    use pino-opensearch as a module is simple, use pino-multi-stream to send log to multi transport, for example:

    const pinoms = require('pino-multi-stream')
    const pinoEs = require('pino-opensearch')({
        host: '192.168.1.220',
        index: 'zb',
        port: '9200'
    })
    
    const logger = pinoms({
        streams: [
          {level: 'error', stream: process.stderr}, // an "error" level destination stream
          {level: 'info', stream: process.stdout}, // an "info" level destination stream
          {stream: pinoEs}
        ]
      })
    
    
    logger.info({'msg': {'info': 'info'}})
    logger.debug('debug')
    logger.warn('warn')
    logger.error('error')

    *** Notice, the host and port parameters of pino-opensearch are required ***

    Setup and Testing

    Setting up pino-opensearch is easy, and you can use the bundled docker-compose.yml file to bring up both Elasticsearch and Kibana.

    You will need docker and docker-compose, then in this project folder, launch docker-compose -f docker-compose-v7.yml up.

    You can test it by launching node example | pino-opensearch, in this project folder. You will need to have pino-opensearch installed globally.

    Acknowledgements

    This project if forked from pino-elasticsearch.

    License

    Licensed under MIT.

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    npm i pino-opensearch

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