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usage: [-h] [-f FILE] [-c FILE] [-d DATACENTER] [-H HOSTNAME]
                       [-l LOG_DIR] [-n NAME] [-m MAX_LINES] [-w WORKDIR] [-y]
                       [-q] [--influx-host INFLUX_HOST]
                       [--influx-port INFLUX_PORT]
                       [--influx-username INFLUX_USERNAME]
                       [--influx-password INFLUX_PASSWORD]
                       [--influx-database INFLUX_DATABASE]
                       [--influx-timeout INFLUX_TIMEOUT]
                       [--influx-batch-size INFLUX_BATCH_SIZE] [-D]
                       [--influx-drop-database] [--locker {fcntl,portalocker}]
                       [--lookback-factor LOOKBACK_FACTOR] [--startover]
                       [--bucket-duration BUCKET_DURATION]
                       [--log-conf LOG_CONF] [--dump-config] [--syslog]
                       [--send-failure-fifo-size SEND_FAILURE_FIFO_SIZE]

Tail and parse a formatted nginx log file, sending results to InfluxDB.

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit

required arguments:
  -f FILE, --file FILE  log file to process

common arguments:
  -c FILE, --config FILE
                        Specify json config file(s)
  -d DATACENTER, --datacenter DATACENTER
                        string to use as 'dc' tag
  -H HOSTNAME, --hostname HOSTNAME
                        string to use as 'host' tag
  -l LOG_DIR, --log-dir LOG_DIR
                        Where to store the stats.parser logfile. Default
                        location is workdir
  -n NAME, --name NAME  string to use as 'name' tag
  -m MAX_LINES, --max-lines MAX_LINES
                        maximum number of lines to process
  -w WORKDIR, --workdir WORKDIR
                        directory where offset/status are stored
  -y, --dry-run         Parse the log file but send stats to standard output
  -q, --quiet           Reduce verbosity / quiet mode

influxdb arguments:
  --influx-host INFLUX_HOST
                        influxdb host
  --influx-port INFLUX_PORT
                        influxdb port
  --influx-username INFLUX_USERNAME
                        influxdb username
  --influx-password INFLUX_PASSWORD
                        influxdb password
  --influx-database INFLUX_DATABASE
                        influxdb database
  --influx-timeout INFLUX_TIMEOUT
                        influxdb timeout
  --influx-batch-size INFLUX_BATCH_SIZE
                        number of points to send per batch

expert arguments:
  -D, --debug           Enable debug mode
                        drop existing InfluxDB database, use with care
  --locker {fcntl,portalocker}
                        type of lock to use
  --lookback-factor LOOKBACK_FACTOR
                        number of buckets to wait before sending any data
  --startover           ignore all status/offset, like a first run
  --do-not-skip-to-end  do not skip to end on first run
  --bucket-duration BUCKET_DURATION
                        duration for each bucket in seconds
  --log-conf LOG_CONF   Logging configuration file. None by default
  --dump-config         dump config as json to stdout
  --syslog              Log to syslog
  --send-failure-fifo-size SEND_FAILURE_FIFO_SIZE
                        Number of failed sends to backup
                        Simulate send failure for testing purposes

To use add following to http section of your nginx configuration:

  log_format stats

  map $host $loctag {
    default '-';

  map $https $statproto {
    default '-';
    on 's';

You can use $loctag to tag a specific location:
    set $loctag "ws";

In addition of your usual access log, add something like:
    access_log /var/log/nginx/my.stats.log stats buffer=256k flush=10s

Note: first field in stats format declaration is a format version, it should be set to 1.
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