How to achieve ELK High availability

Hi Exerts,

Need your valuable suggestions here . I have ELK on a single windows
instance and I want to make it high available . I mean if one machine goes
down second will take up the whole load, like clustering. Can you suggest
how I can achieve this.

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Which part do you want to make HA?

ES is pretty simple to do, the rest is dependent on a few things.

On 1 April 2015 at 14:06, vikas gopal vikas.hafig@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Exerts,

Need your valuable suggestions here . I have ELK on a single windows
instance and I want to make it high available . I mean if one machine goes
down second will take up the whole load, like clustering. Can you suggest
how I can achieve this.

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Oh!! sorry I am new to ELK , is it possible to make whole package ELK HA.
Actually right now I am doing testing like what if my machine goes down
which has complete ELK package on it . I saw some posts where in people
have separate machines for each part but in my case I have all the 3 on
single machine . Later on may be even I opt this case but for now I have 2
machines .

On Wed, Apr 1, 2015 at 11:07 AM, Mark Walkom markwalkom@gmail.com wrote:

Which part do you want to make HA?

ES is pretty simple to do, the rest is dependent on a few things.

On 1 April 2015 at 14:06, vikas gopal vikas.hafig@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Exerts,

Need your valuable suggestions here . I have ELK on a single windows
instance and I want to make it high available . I mean if one machine goes
down second will take up the whole load, like clustering. Can you suggest
how I can achieve this.

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On Wednesday, April 01, 2015 at 05:06 CEST,
vikas gopal vikas.hafig@gmail.com wrote:

Need your valuable suggestions here . I have ELK on a single windows
instance and I want to make it high available . I mean if one machine
goes down second will take up the whole load, like clustering. Can you
suggest how I can achieve this.

Since you're saying "like clustering", are you aware that Elasticsearch
supports clustering natively? To improve the availability, run two or
(preferably) at least three Elasticsearch nodes and configure replicas
for your shards. If one node goes down all data will still be available.

http://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/guide/current/distributed-cluster.html

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Thank you for the suggestion , yes I am aware and I am done with ES
clustering . Now I want the same for LS . Since LS does not have in build
feature like ES has , so what would be the best way for LS to make i highly
available in windows environment?

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On Wednesday, April 01, 2015 at 05:06 CEST,
vikas gopal <vikas...@gmail.com <javascript:>> wrote:

Need your valuable suggestions here . I have ELK on a single windows
instance and I want to make it high available . I mean if one machine
goes down second will take up the whole load, like clustering. Can you
suggest how I can achieve this.

Since you're saying "like clustering", are you aware that Elasticsearch
supports clustering natively? To improve the availability, run two or
(preferably) at least three Elasticsearch nodes and configure replicas
for your shards. If one node goes down all data will still be available.

http://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/guide/current/distributed-cluster.html

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On Thursday, April 16, 2015 at 13:35 CEST,
vikas gopal vikas.hafig@gmail.com wrote:

Thank you for the suggestion , yes I am aware and I am done with ES
clustering . Now I want the same for LS . Since LS does not have in
build feature like ES has , so what would be the best way for LS to
make i highly available in windows environment?

Let's continue that discussion in the logstash-users thread.

https://groups.google.com/d/topic/logstash-users/tQHqrXPSV_w/discussion

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