Possibly the most versatile output supported by
dnsmonster. Kafka output allows you to connect to endless list of supported sinks. It is the recommended output module for enterprise designs since it offers fault tolerance and it can sustain outages to the sink.
dnsmonster’s Kafka output supports compression, TLS, and multiple brokers. In order to provide multiple brokers, you need to specify it multiple times.
[kafka_output] ; What should be written to kafka. options: ; 0: Disable Output ; 1: Enable Output without any filters ; 2: Enable Output and apply skipdomains logic ; 3: Enable Output and apply allowdomains logic ; 4: Enable Output and apply both skip and allow domains logic KafkaOutputType = 0 ; kafka broker address(es), example: 127.0.0.1:9092. Used if kafkaOutputType is not none KafkaOutputBroker = ; Kafka topic for logging KafkaOutputTopic = dnsmonster ; Minimum capacity of the cache array used to send data to Kafka KafkaBatchSize = 1000 ; Kafka connection timeout in seconds KafkaTimeout = 3 ; Interval between sending results to Kafka if Batch size is not filled KafkaBatchDelay = 1s ; Compress Kafka connection KafkaCompress = false ; Use TLS for kafka connection KafkaSecure = false ; Path of CA certificate that signs Kafka broker certificate KafkaCACertificatePath = ; Path of TLS certificate to present to broker KafkaTLSCertificatePath = ; Path of TLS certificate key KafkaTLSKeyPath =
Last modified April 17, 2022: output documentation (bd4c105)