Cant install Marvel License

monitoring

(Chris Earle) #22

@rajraja

It looks like you added the URL to the plugin install line? You don't need to do that with Elasticsearch. The only time you need to put the URL is if you are struggling with a proxy (unlikely) or you need to do an offline install.

Try instead, just:

# sudo bin/elasticsearch-plugin install license

(rajasekaran) #23

@pickypg Thanks for your reply initially I tried with sudo bin/elasticsearch-plugin install license but it was not working hence I posted new topic.

Also.,, Is there any way to get elasticsearch access log?? who viewed our index or who queried our index..

Regards,
Raja


(Chris Earle) #24

@rajraja

initially I tried with sudo bin/elasticsearch-plugin install license but it was not working hence I posted new topic.

Did you get it to work?

Also.,, Is there any way to get elasticsearch access log?? who viewed our index or who queried our index..

The Elasticsearch Access Log is a feature of Shield in 1.x/2.x and X-Pack Security (effectively Shield renamed) in 5.x+.

2.4: https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/shield/2.4/enable-auditing.html
5.x: https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/x-pack/5.1/auditing.html

Hope that helps,
Chris


(neoes1um) #25

I am also getting this with the 2.2.0 install.
Is there any workaround? I would like to integrate this into our automated deploy.


(Mark Walkom) #26