marking origin of logs in logstash

I send logs from my Docker containers to Logstash via netcat to tcp port.
Their format is mostly similar, so pattern-matching is not very well suitable.

Is there a way to send those logs with a tag, being a name of docker container they originate from?

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  • One Solution collect form web for “marking origin of logs in logstash”

    Why not use something like tiller to write out your Logstash configuration dynamically, and add a tag to the outbound log stream?

    You could then use an ENTRYPOINT statement to kick off the tiller script, write out the config, and start your Logstash forwarder.

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