Kibana - no living connection


#1

Elasticsearch is running, but gives no living connection. Attached is the screenshot.

elastic connection

How to fix it? thanks


(Tim Vernum) #2

Please do not post screenshots of error messages and logs.

They make it hard to search and may not even be visible to people who are reading by email or on mobile devices.

Please copy-and-paste logs directly into your post and format them with the </> button.


(Tim Vernum) #3

Your error messages refer to "http://elasticsearch:9200/"
What does the hostname elasticsearch resolve to?


#4

Thanks Tim. I am pasting the messages below

 log   [22:10:57.634] [warning][admin][elasticsearch] Unable to revive connection: http://elasticsearch:9200/
  log   [22:10:57.634] [warning][admin][elasticsearch] No living connections
  log   [22:11:00.155] [warning][admin][elasticsearch] Unable to revive connection: http://elasticsearch:9200/
  log   [22:11:00.157] [warning][admin][elasticsearch] No living connections
  log   [22:11:02.686] [warning][admin][elasticsearch] Unable to revive connection: http://elasticsearch:9200/
  log   [22:11:02.687] [warning][admin][elasticsearch] No living connections
  log   [22:11:05.208] [warning][admin][elasticsearch] Unable to revive connection: http://elasticsearch:9200/
  log   [22:11:05.211] [warning][admin][elasticsearch] No living connections

(Tim Vernum) #5

Thank you, though it would have been even better if you edited the original post.

However, I'll repeat my earlier question:

Your error message says:

Unable to revive connection: http://elasticsearch:9200/

Does that URL mean something in your environment? Have you created some host alias or DNS record for elasticsearch?
The most likely explanation is that you have misconfigured Kibana so it cannot connect to ES.


#6

Thank yo Tim for the reply. I reinstalled after removing everything and now it is working great.


(system) #7

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