I have only one Linux server with 2GB RAM and 2 core CPUs. Is it possible to tune the JVM limit the memory and use logstash in this server.
I have seen the optimization guide but it is some high level tech to me. Please help.
I run logstash on a t2.micro instance (1 CPU, 1 GB RAM) so it will run on twice that. Whether it will provide enough performance for your use case is a different question.
In my instance the logstash service keeps restarting due to some issues. Donno why and I can see majority of the
My 2 cores are being used 100% and Swap space is used around 65%.
Is there any way we can optimize this and make it to run with a reasonable performance ?
Read the logs, find the issues, resolve them....
I have managed to run logstash 7.6.2 on a docker with flags --memory="1024m" and --cpus=1
Its running fine. So I find it better to run logstash as docker container to be resource effective.
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