Timestamp problem


I have a weird problem that occurs often. (Graylog 2.2.3) It has indexing errors:

My guess the problem is this:

“timestamp”:“2017-05-09 00:00:00.000”

I don’t understand why this happens, as I use an extractor:

> {
>       "title": "timestamp ext",
>       "extractor_type": "split_and_index",
>       "converters": [
>         {
>           "type": "date",
>           "config": {
>             "date_format": "yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ssZ"
>           }
>         }
>       ],
>       "order": 0,
>       "cursor_strategy": "copy",
>       "source_field": "message",
>       "target_field": "timestamp",
>       "extractor_config": {
>         "index": 1,
>         "split_by": "|"
>       },
>       "condition_type": "none",
>       "condition_value": ""
>     }

and the test message is as follows:


Now: the original line does not have a space between date and time. If I use the same extractor without the date converter, the same happens. Also, if I change to flexible date converter, this happens. I can easily change the date format in the logline that is sent, but I thought this format was the right one. Also, if I add milliseconds to the date format, the same seems to happen.

The input is raw TCP input.

Please ignore. Writing the problem down helped thinking, but eventually the problem was elsewhere and my fault.

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