I have been working on setting up the basic security for elastic and kibana, but when I follow this guide. When I run the "Elasticsearch-setup-passwords" command. I am receiving the following error - "could not find java in bundled JDK at /opt/bitnami/Elasticsearch/jdk/bin/java" with sudo.
I looked around at the different environment variable changes for ES_JAVA_HOME, JAVA_HOME, and LD_LIBRARY_PATH. With no luck when changing those to the java path.
Any help would be great. Thanks.
Hi @Bryan_Kribbs ,
What is the contents of the jdk dir at the /opt/bitnami/Elasticsearch path?
Does the ES process start with ./bin/Elasticsearch ?
Elasticsearch ships with a jvm in these later versions, and the
elasticsearch-setup-passwords script looks to use the JVM from the instalation, unless the
ES_JAVA_HOME variable is set.
Is this a
.tar or a package
.rpm instalation? Can you share more details on the env so that we can try to reproduce this?
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