Delete a pipeline id from monitoring in kibana

(Kaushik Vankayala) #1

Hi There,

I have logstash running a pipeline and i have enabled xpack monitoring so i can see the pipeline statistics in monitoring section of Kibana.

However, over time i have changed the pipelineid and few settings several times in pipelines.yml file.

Now, after all settings i have arrived with just one pipeline running for my application.

But in monitoring section of Kibana i see all the pipeline ids over the period that i have used. How do i hide or delete the pipeline ids in kibana monitoring section?

The only pipeline i am interested to see is mt_jpapi


(Marius Dragomir) #2

If you switch the time range to only include the period where mt_jpapi was available it will only display that pipeline.

(Kaushik Vankayala) #3

I was aware of that. But is there anyway that we can erase the presence of those pipeline ids. Like it should not be visible over any time frame selected?

If not i shall close this thread as solved!

(Marius Dragomir) #4

You can only delete pipelines defined in pipeline management. You can’t edit or delete a pipeline defined locally (which is your case here).

(Kaushik Vankayala) #5

Thank you! That clears my doubt! :slight_smile:

I just have a query, what is exactly the difference between having the pipeline defined locally than having it in the Kibana Cloud?

Does the latter has any advantage over the prior and can the same behavior be expected?

Is it like the Elasticsearch downloads the pipeline to local and then execute the same while the control is over the Kibana Instance where the pipeline definition is actually done?

(Marius Dragomir) #6

Behavior is similar, just offering more places to have them and also it's setting everything up for Kibana Spaces where you'll have them space independent.

(system) #7

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