I have a single elasticsearch vm running and receiving data from logstash.
To see about improving performance, and to learn how to use clustering, I
created a second elasticsearch vm, and told it to use the same cluster.name
as the first one.
I think that's all I'm supposed to do in order to get clustering working,
So, why do my elasticsearch nodes not see each other?
My first one sees itself and the logstash indexer. The second one only sees
itself. (I don't have logstash configured to send data to it...)
Both VM's are in the same DMZ, and neither have their own firewalls turned
on. According to my firewall person, the firewall doesn't block ports
between two servers in the same DMZ.
Running nmap on the first vm from the second vm says that ports 9200 and
9300 are open, but any others I test in between 9200-9400 are closed.
Is there another step I need to take in order to get clustering working?
Maybe something to tell elasticsearch to listen on all the ports it's
supposed to listen to?
I'm running version 0.90.3.
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