Is not a configured pattern ID. Using the default index pattern


(Tim Ward) #1

After upgrading to Elastic Stack 6, I usually get this error message on starting Kibana:

"... is not a configured pattern ID. Using the default index pattern ..."

Does it mean anything? Do I care? How do I stop it?


Kibana show error index pattern
#2

Hi @TimWard,

Sometimes it can happen when link you use to open discover page includes non-existent index pattern id, Kibana falls back to default index pattern and warns user about that. Links in Kibana may include "state" that would look like ..../discover?_g=()&_a=(....,index:id_of_the_index_pattern.....).

So the question is where do you get this link from?

Best,
Oleg


(Tim Ward) #3

Ah, that's probably it, I get to Kibana from a favourite stored in the browser - thanks.


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