(Kenneth L. Stewart) #1


(Mark Walkom) #2

Is your cluster exposed to the internet?

(Kenneth L. Stewart) #3

No, they are in a closed network

(Mark Walkom) #4

Do you have access control to the cluster?

Because this;

Suggests to me that someone got access to your cluster, deleted everything and replaced it with that index.

A mapping cannot delete indices, it's just not possible. Did you check the logs of Elasticsearch as well?

(Mark Walkom) #6

Is there a reason that you have removed all the details in this thread?

(Kenneth L. Stewart) #7

Fake alarm, I had a noob error, wrong ip.

(system) #8

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