Rundeck Job Execution log column names

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TAYLOR J HAMMERLING

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Apr 5, 2022, 2:57:41 PMApr 5
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I am working on getting our job execution logs shipped to Humio (part of an ELK like stack)

 

I can’t find any information regarding the columns in the pipe delimited rdlog files.  Below is an excerpt of one of those log files.

 

^2022-04-05T18:43:19Z|stepbegin||{node=rundeck-1_rundeck_container|step=1|stepctx=1|user=thammerling}|^

^2022-04-05T18:43:19Z|nodebegin||{node=rundeck-1_rundeck_container|step=1|stepctx=1}|^

^2022-04-05T18:43:19Z|||{node=rundeck-1_rundeck_container|step=1|stepctx=1}|heres the echo!^

^2022-04-05T18:43:19Z|nodeend||{node=rundeck-1_rundeck_container|step=1|stepctx=1}|^

^2022-04-05T18:43:19Z|stepend||{node=rundeck-1_rundeck_container|step=1|stepctx=1|user=thammerling}|^

 

The first field is pretty obviously a date/timestamp, beyond that I’m not really sure 😃

 

As always, any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated!

 

Taylor Hammerling

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TAYLOR J HAMMERLING

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Apr 5, 2022, 2:59:12 PMApr 5
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To clarify, I’m looking for information re: the column’s names and/or the type of data they hold.

 

Thanks!

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Apr 5, 2022, 5:02:10 PMApr 5
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Hi Taylor,

Here you can find the description of those columns (you can find it searching on the site using the crtl+f secret technique :-)

Another way to see the data types is to create a MySQL database, configure a test Rundeck instance against that database (check the whole process here), run a couple of jobs, and check the execution table using a DB management tool like Dbeaver.

Hope it helps!

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