Re: How random is Metron's Doppler selection?
Actually, this might explain why some of our customers are so frustratedtoggle quoted message Show quoted text
trying to read their stack traces in Splunk. :\
So each line of a stack trace could go to a different Doppler. That means
each line of the stack trace goes out to a different syslog drain making it
impossible to consolidate that stack trace into a single logging event when
passed off to a third-party logging system like Splunk. This sucks. To be
fair, Splunk has never been any good at dealing with stack traces.
What are the possibilities of getting some kind of optionally enabled
application instance affinity put into Metron? (I know. I know. I can
submit a PR.)
On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 3:54 PM, John Tuley <jtuley(a)pivotal.io> wrote:
Oops, wrong link. Should be