Hi guys, i started 1 application and another is down. Can I know why my graph not showing equal. It showing both green greater than red. Anything i did wrong? Please advice
Can I ask why you're using a dashboard instead of the Uptime app?
summary.up is probably not what you want. What you probably want is the sum of unique monitor IDs or the sum of
summary fields count unique measured endpoints, and usually only are > 1 when
mode: all is enabled in heartbeat. In that mode each DNS record is checked separately, so if you have two A records for your domain and both are up you'll get
And to add to @Andrew_Cholakian1
Even if you do want to do this for some reason your filters are malformed.
Mine looks fine but this approach will not scale well....
Perhaps tell us what you are trying to accomplish.
"As a user I want to see a graph...... "
What i want to achieve is to see the list of services that is up and down. So i should se like ok, google is down
i will give a try. uptime i cant do as i using my own idnex pattern. i not quite sure what are the mapping needed
You can use Uptime with any index pattern. Can you share your heartbeat config here? That would help, especially the Elasticsearch output portion
Please refer below
heartbeat.monitors: - type: tcp id: environment name: environment enabled: true schedule: '@every 5s' hosts: ["192.168.1.101"] ports:  timeout: 16s - type: http id: myapp name: myapp schedule: '@every 5s' hosts: ["http://192.168.1.101:8080/mysite"] check.request.method: GET check.response.status:  timeout: 16s output.logstash: hosts: ["logstash:5044"] ssl.certificate_authorities: ["<cert path>"] ssl.verification_mode: 'certificate' ssl.certificate: "<cert path>" ssl.key: "<cert path>"