Elasticsearch data node and kibana on different machines


(computer engineer) #1

I would like to know what is the best setup to have an elasticsearch data
node and kibana server on separate machines. I have setup multiple
elasticsearch data nodes and would like to show all dashboards on one
server but not sure how to do that. I do not want to have different urls to
view different dashboards. I set up the data nodes with logstash shipper on
each machine so all I need now is to have kibana get data from each
different data node. Is that possible? I edited the config file for kibana
as follows:

elasticsearch: "http://"192.168.xx.xxx":9200"

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(computer engineer) #2

you need to ask some difficult questions to get some help around
here...oops wait this was my post.

On Wednesday, April 2, 2014 11:33:38 AM UTC-4, computer engineer wrote:

I would like to know what is the best setup to have an elasticsearch data
node and kibana server on separate machines. I have setup multiple
elasticsearch data nodes and would like to show all dashboards on one
server but not sure how to do that. I do not want to have different urls to
view different dashboards. I set up the data nodes with logstash shipper on
each machine so all I need now is to have kibana get data from each
different data node. Is that possible? I edited the config file for kibana
as follows:

elasticsearch: "http://"192.168.xx.xxx":9200"

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(Mark Walkom) #3

When you mean different data nodes, do you mean nodes that are part of the
same cluster? If so then all you do is point kibana to one node and it will
read any data from that cluster you request.

You need to remove the extra quotes you have in that variable, you only
need them around the entire value, not the http, IP and port.

Regards,
Mark Walkom

Infrastructure Engineer
Campaign Monitor
email: markw@campaignmonitor.com
web: www.campaignmonitor.com

On 3 April 2014 02:33, computer engineer c786engineer@gmail.com wrote:

I would like to know what is the best setup to have an elasticsearch data
node and kibana server on separate machines. I have setup multiple
elasticsearch data nodes and would like to show all dashboards on one
server but not sure how to do that. I do not want to have different urls to
view different dashboards. I set up the data nodes with logstash shipper on
each machine so all I need now is to have kibana get data from each
different data node. Is that possible? I edited the config file for kibana
as follows:

elasticsearch: "http://"192.168.xx.xxx":9200"

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