Elasticsearch process is killed on Centos 7 - Newbie


(Dwijadas Senapati) #1

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I cant even see any logs at /var/log/elasticsearch/

any idea ?


(Jared Carey) #2

If there is no logs, it is likely failing before the process is launched to the point that it starts logging.

Check journalctl -u elasticsearch.service (scroll to the very end). It should have some details on why the process can’t start.


(Dwijadas Senapati) #3

Initially i notice there are errors related to memory, I increased the RAM to 4GB for the Virtual Machine. then there were errors from java about the VM has 1 core.. once I increased the VM core 2 no error and elastic search seems to be running.

[root@adissconsultants ~]# journalctl -u elasticsearch.service
-- Logs begin at Tue 2018-01-30 17:32:10 UTC, end at Tue 2018-01-30 17:32:50 UTC. --
Jan 30 17:32:27 adissconsultants.com systemd[1]: Starting Elasticsearch...
Jan 30 17:32:27 adissconsultants.com systemd[1]: Started Elasticsearch.
[root@adissconsultants ~]#


(system) #4

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