Hello buds !
I've installed Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana lately ..
I've been playing with those tools for a couple of days now and it's been
so cool, great tool !
Now that i've got data in my elasticsearch base, i'd like to remove the
indexes that are older than an hour.
I made some searches on the web and i found the curator tool. seems great.
I did follow the instructions on the github webpage.
This is the command i ran :
curator --host 192.168.1.12 --port 9200 -T hours -d 1
And Here is the output :
2014-05-15T15:34:44.412 INFO main:333 Job starting
2014-05-15T15:34:44.413 INFO _new_conn:180 Starting newHTTP connection
2014-05-15T15:34:44.415 INFO log_request_success:49 GET http://192.168.1.12:9200/
2014-05-15T15:34:44.416 INFO main:359 Deletingindices older than
2014-05-15T15:34:44.418 INFO log_request_success:49 GET http://192.168.1.12:9200/logstash-*/_settings?expand_wildcards=closed
2014-05-15T15:34:44.418 INFO index_loop:309 DELETE index
2014-05-15T15:34:44.419 INFO main:379 Done in 0:00:
Seems pretty good in fact but the problem (or not) is that i don't see any
difference in my Kibana monitor, i'm still seeing graph from this morning,
i was just wondering if this was a normal behavior or if i did something
wrong with the command i ran.
Is there a way to concretely see if my curator instance is doing the job
just fine ?
Thank you for reading and helping.
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