This sounds quite intuitive to me that a conf file should not be changed by the application using it. Thus, a read-only file should be suited here. But launching a containerized version of logstash whose settings are set using docker config system mame me think some may disagree : configs: – source: ELK_LOGSTASH_SETTINGS target: /usr/share/logstash/config/logstash.yml ..
I want to run a Java APM agent inside Docker In the docker component I get following error message: 2021-08-23 08:13:52,481 [elastic-apm-server-healthcheck] WARN co.elastic.apm.agent.report.ApmServerHealthChecker – Elastic APM server https://i-o-optimized-deployment-912238.es.us-west1.gcp.cloud.es.io:9243/ is not available (Server returned status 401) 2021-08-23 08:13:52,779 [elastic-apm-remote-config-poller] ERROR co.elastic.apm.agent.configuration.ApmServerConfigurationSource – Unexpected status 401 while fetching configuration The Dockerfiles looks like this FROM gradle ..
Could anyone tell me why this happens? in my server, I deploy filbeat and elk to gather logs but filebeat just parse files which modified, I mean my server creates log files but I have to get to path and open files even I have no changes then the filebeat could parse them and shipped ..
I have a setup of elasticsearch-7.14 on my windows10 local machine. I am able to access the elasticsearch [ES] url from local machine’s browser on: 1. localhost:9200 2. 192.168.x.x:9200 [local machine IP] But I am not able to access the ES (192.168.x.x:9200) from my hyper-V Ubuntu VM’s (running on same machine ) browser. Debugging: ES ..
I have been working on an elastalert frequency rule. I want to show the count of 3 types of hits in a single rule in my slack alert body. Is there any way to segregate the counts for each hit or create any scripted field to show the counts of the below given query separately. ..
I have a docker-compose.yml file: version: ‘3’ services: elasticsearch: image: elasticsearch:7.13.3 container_name: elasticsearch environment: – "cluster.name=elasticsearch" – "discovery.type=single-node" – "ES_JAVA_OPTS=-Xms512m -Xmx512m" volumes: – /Users/markcwg/mydata/elasticsearch/plugins:/usr/share/elasticsearch/plugins – /Users/markcwg/mydata/elasticsearch/data:/usr/share/elasticsearch/data ports: – 9200:9200 – 9300:9300 kibana: image: kibana:7.13.3 container_name: kibana links: – elasticsearch:es depends_on: – elasticsearch environment: – "elasticsearch.hosts=http://es:9200" ports: – 5601:5601 logstash: image: logstash:7.13.3 container_name: logstash volumes: – ..
I’m trying to setup Elastic Enterprise Search and App Search using Docker. So far I managed to install Elastic Search and Kibana using Docker on Centos 7. Right now, I want to establish a connection with GitHub, for which I’ll need Enterprise search. I opened the page, but it’s prompting to "Add your workspace Search ..
I have installed Elastic Search and Kibana using Docker on CentOS 7. I’m currently stuck at installation and configuration of ELASTIC ENTERPRISE SEARCH AND APP SEARCH Can anyone help me with this? I need this to done through Docker on CentOS Source: Docker..
For the past week I am trying to connect a Winlogbeat(Which is on my host machine) To an elasticsearch Cluster that I set up on an Ubuntu VM using dockers. Following this tutorial. (In the tutorial they don’t explain how to connect a Beat) My problem is with the SSL configuration (Of the Winlogbeat) I ..
Here it is my docker-compose.yml file version: ‘3.2’ services: elasticsearch: build: context: elasticsearch/ args: ELK_VERSION: $ELK_VERSION volumes: – type: bind source: ./elasticsearch/config/elasticsearch.yml target: /usr/share/elasticsearch/config/elasticsearch.yml read_only: true – type: volume source: elasticsearch target: /usr/share/elasticsearch/data ports: – "9200:9200" – "9300:9300" environment: ES_JAVA_OPTS: "-Xmx256m -Xms256m" ELASTIC_PASSWORD: changeme # Use single node discovery in order to disable production mode ..