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Editing existing extractor, unable to specify test message id #1105

reighnman opened this Issue Feb 5, 2015 · 3 comments


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reighnman commented Feb 5, 2015

graylog2-web-interface v1.0.0-rc.2

When editing an extractor it loads a random message from the bound input to test against. When I created the extractor I used a full_message from a specific type of log as several sources use this input.

I should be able to load a message to test regex/grok against instead of it randomly selecting a message from the input. Or at least tie the edit extractor page to the main extractor page where you're able to load a message id when creating a new extractor.

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edmundoa commented Feb 5, 2015

Thank you for reporting this. The manual loading makes complete sense and it's something we should add.


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runningman84 commented Feb 13, 2015

A button to load another random message would help too. I would like to the my patterns against a bunch of message to make sure I catch all messages...

For eaxample my pattern looks like


I would need at least four messages to verify that my pattern works for all of them.

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kroepke commented Mar 10, 2015

fixed by merged pull request #1156 referenced above

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