I'm trying to deploy ELK stack to a local minikube k8s cluster, to play around, and see if this is something we want to roll out at our company (which uses an on-prem hosted k8s cluster).
I've executed the following commands:
minikube start --driver=hyperv --cpus 4 --memory 6128 helm repo add elastic https://helm.elastic.co helm repo update curl -O https://raw.githubusercontent.com/elastic/Helm-charts/master/elasticsearch/examples/minikube/values.yaml helm install elasticsearch elastic/elasticsearch -n elastic-stack --create-namespace -f .\values.yaml
This seems to work fine; everything up and running, yay.
However, when I add kibana, the elasticsearch pods start crashing, simply reporting nothing more than an "Unexpected error".
I installed Kibana using:
helm install kibana elastic/kibana -n elastic-stack
Any ideas what could be the problem?