amqp_1

Type:

Reads messages from an AMQP (1.0) server.

  • Common

  • Advanced

# Common config fields, showing default values
input:
  label: ""
  amqp_1:
    urls: [] # No default (optional)
    source_address: /foo # No default (required)
# All config fields, showing default values
input:
  label: ""
  amqp_1:
    urls: [] # No default (optional)
    source_address: /foo # No default (required)
    azure_renew_lock: false
    read_header: false
    credit: 64
    tls:
      enabled: false
      skip_cert_verify: false
      enable_renegotiation: false
      root_cas: ""
      root_cas_file: ""
      client_certs: []
    sasl:
      mechanism: none
      user: ""
      password: ""

Metadata

This input adds the following metadata fields to each message:

- amqp_content_type
- amqp_content_encoding
- amqp_creation_time
- All string typed message annotations

You can access these metadata fields using function interpolation.

By setting read_header to true, additional message header properties will be added to each message:

- amqp_durable
- amqp_priority
- amqp_ttl
- amqp_first_acquirer
- amqp_delivery_count

Performance

This input benefits from receiving multiple messages in flight in parallel for improved performance. You can tune the max number of in flight messages with the field credit.

Fields

urls

A list of URLs to connect to. The first URL to successfully establish a connection will be used until the connection is closed. If an item of the list contains commas it will be expanded into multiple URLs.

Type: array

Requires version 4.23.0 or newer

# Examples

urls:
  - amqp://guest:guest@127.0.0.1:5672/

urls:
  - amqp://127.0.0.1:5672/,amqp://127.0.0.2:5672/

urls:
  - amqp://127.0.0.1:5672/
  - amqp://127.0.0.2:5672/

source_address

The source address to consume from.

Type: string

# Examples

source_address: /foo

source_address: queue:/bar

source_address: topic:/baz

azure_renew_lock

Experimental: Azure service bus specific option to renew lock if processing takes more then configured lock time

Type: bool

Default: false Requires version 3.45.0 or newer

read_header

Read additional message header fields into amqp_* metadata properties.

Type: bool

Default: false Requires version 4.25.0 or newer

credit

Specifies the maximum number of unacknowledged messages the sender can transmit. Once this limit is reached, no more messages will arrive until messages are acknowledged and settled.

Type: int

Default: 64 Requires version 4.26.0 or newer

tls

Custom TLS settings can be used to override system defaults.

Type: object

tls.enabled

Whether custom TLS settings are enabled.

Type: bool

Default: false

tls.skip_cert_verify

Whether to skip server side certificate verification.

Type: bool

Default: false

tls.enable_renegotiation

Whether to allow the remote server to repeatedly request renegotiation. Enable this option if you’re seeing the error message local error: tls: no renegotiation.

Type: bool

Default: false Requires version 3.45.0 or newer

tls.root_cas

An optional root certificate authority to use. This is a string, representing a certificate chain from the parent trusted root certificate, to possible intermediate signing certificates, to the host certificate.

This field contains sensitive information that usually shouldn’t be added to a config directly, read our secrets page for more info.

Type: string

Default: ""

# Examples

root_cas: |-
  -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
  ...
  -----END CERTIFICATE-----

tls.root_cas_file

An optional path of a root certificate authority file to use. This is a file, often with a .pem extension, containing a certificate chain from the parent trusted root certificate, to possible intermediate signing certificates, to the host certificate.

Type: string

Default: ""

# Examples

root_cas_file: ./root_cas.pem

tls.client_certs

A list of client certificates to use. For each certificate either the fields cert and key, or cert_file and key_file should be specified, but not both.

Type: array

Default: []

# Examples

client_certs:
  - cert: foo
    key: bar

client_certs:
  - cert_file: ./example.pem
    key_file: ./example.key

tls.client_certs[].cert

A plain text certificate to use.

Type: string

Default: ""

tls.client_certs[].key

A plain text certificate key to use.

This field contains sensitive information that usually shouldn’t be added to a config directly, read our secrets page for more info.

Type: string

Default: ""

tls.client_certs[].cert_file

The path of a certificate to use.

Type: string

Default: ""

tls.client_certs[].key_file

The path of a certificate key to use.

Type: string

Default: ""

tls.client_certs[].password

A plain text password for when the private key is password encrypted in PKCS#1 or PKCS#8 format. The obsolete pbeWithMD5AndDES-CBC algorithm is not supported for the PKCS#8 format. Warning: Since it does not authenticate the ciphertext, it is vulnerable to padding oracle attacks that can let an attacker recover the plaintext.

This field contains sensitive information that usually shouldn’t be added to a config directly, read our secrets page for more info.

Type: string

Default: ""

# Examples

password: foo

password: ${KEY_PASSWORD}

sasl

Enables SASL authentication.

Type: object

sasl.mechanism

The SASL authentication mechanism to use.

Type: string

Default: "none"

Option Summary

anonymous

Anonymous SASL authentication.

none

No SASL based authentication.

plain

Plain text SASL authentication.

sasl.user

A SASL plain text username. It is recommended that you use environment variables to populate this field.

Type: string

Default: ""

# Examples

user: ${USER}

sasl.password

A SASL plain text password. It is recommended that you use environment variables to populate this field.

This field contains sensitive information that usually shouldn’t be added to a config directly, read our secrets page for more info.

Type: string

Default: ""

# Examples

password: ${PASSWORD}