I get a bit where it says init-bare.bro problem initializing NB-DNS, but other than that
it properly reports the exact same information you have there (US, CA, Mountain View).
For some reason, it seems to work fine now. We just pushed a new version of geo from the
phirelight repository and that seems to have fixed it.
On Wednesday, July 27, 2016 3:15 PM, "Azoff, Justin S"
On Jul 27, 2016, at 3:08 PM, philosnef
Yeah, no new columns at all. I am logging in json format, but they should still show up,
Ah, that complicates things because optional fields are not logged in json format. unlike
the TSV logs it doesn't need a fixed column layout, so fields can only show up when
geoip is probably broken for you in general.
I'd try this experiment. Some errors are ok since it tries some fallbacks, but you
should get the result in the end:
$ cat test.bro
$ bro test.bro
Failed to open GeoIP Cityv6 database: /usr/local/var/GeoIP/GeoIPCityv6.dat
Failed to open GeoIPv6 Country database: /usr/local/var/GeoIP/GeoIPv6.dat
error in ./test.bro, line 1: Can't open GeoIPv6 City/Country database
[country_code=US, region=CA, city=Mountain View, latitude=37.386002,
- Justin Azoff