I’m using Graylog 4.06 and for some reason Graylog is not routing to the right stream with my regex.
We are using the SNMP plugin without MIBS installed.
I have 2 Streams:
As you can see in the screenshot below, it should be routed to Stream_Reseau_Info because the regex matches, but I cannot find any events for this stream and it all goes to Stream_Reseaux_Critique.
Am I missing something?
Hello And Welcome,
To help you further troubleshoot we get more information on both streams configrations?
Here’s a screenshot of the second stream:
I could not upload 2 pictures the first time due to the website restriction about new users.
The First stream you posted called Stream_Reseau_Info looks like the rule was good to go for that stream.
Just an idea, have you tried to paused the stream called Stream_Reseaux_Critique and see if messages get routed to stream Stream_Reseau_Info?
Awhile back I had an Stream that I could not get messages into, for some reason when I copied and pasted my value in the stream rules it did not take, I actually had to type it out.
Have you tried to use a different “Type” instead of regular expression? Maybe “contain” instead?
Can I ask what have you tried already to solve this? I would hate to tell you something that you already have done.
FYI: keep your private information private when posting pictures. I’m not sure if you ment to show IP Address.
Yes indeed I had the bug with copy and paste before, I had to type it but it still not working by pausing the Stream_Reseaux_Critique.
Even worse, it is routing to the All messages Stream even though I have selected the option (Remove matches from ‘All messages’ stream) in the stream option :
I know for sure it’s not related to the snmp plugin because I can also reproduce the problem with my syslog input with other streams.
If you believe it might be a bug on your system you could report it here.
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