There are some configuration options that are universally available to all Heka output plugins. These will be consumed by Heka itself when Heka initializes the plugin and do not need to be handled by the plugin-specific initialization code.
Boolean expression, when evaluated to true passes the message to the filter for processing. Defaults to matching nothing. See: Message Matcher Syntax
The name of the message signer. If specified only messages with this signer are passed to the filter for processing.
Frequency (in seconds) that a timer event will be sent to the filter. Defaults to not sending timer events.
New in version 0.6.
Encoder to be used by the output. This should refer to the name of an encoder plugin section that is specified elsewhere in the TOML configuration. Messages can be encoded using the specified encoder by calling the OutputRunner’s Encode() method.
Specifies whether or not Heka’s Stream Framing should be applied to the binary data returned from the OutputRunner’s Encode() method.
New in version 0.7.
Whether or not this plugin can exit without causing Heka to shutdown. Defaults to false.
New in version 0.10.
If true, all messages delivered to this output will be buffered to disk before delivery, preventing back pressure and allowing retries in cases of message processing failure. Defaults to false, unless otherwise specified by the individual output’s documentation.
A sub-section that specifies the settings to be used for the buffering behavior. This will only have any impact if use_buffering is set to true. See Configuring Buffering.