Can we take back up of kibana i.e elasticsearch data running on one server and use that data in another server?
To back up your cluster’s data, you can use the snapshot API.
A snapshot is a backup taken from a running Elasticsearch cluster. You can take snapshots of individual indices or of the entire cluster. Snapshots can be stored in either local or remote repositories. Remote repositories can reside on S3, HDFS, Azure, Google Cloud Storage, and other platforms supported by a repository plugin.
Snapshots are incremental: each snapshot of an index only stores data that is not part of an earlier snapshot. This enables you to take frequent snapshots with minimal overhead.
You can read more about it here: Back up a cluster’s data | Elasticsearch Guide [7.15] | Elastic
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