Today I have upgraded 3 machines development ES cluster from 1.3.2 to 4.0.0
BETA1. As far as I can tell it went successfully - cluster state is green,
it responds to commands and all the data seems intact. New data keep coming
in and indexing.
BUT somehow I completely lost Kibana cooperation! I have Kibana 3.1.1
running on port 80 in IIS and when I try access it as usual
(http://tukc-devlog-1) I get back that new for 3.1.1 "Connection Failed"
screen and whatever I do it does not connect!
It says: "You will need to set http.cors.allow-origin in your
elasticsearch.yml to the correct protocol, hostname, and port (if not 80)
that your access Kibana from." ES, Kibana and browser are all on the same
box, so I went to elasticsearch-1.4.0.Beta1\config\elasticsearch.yml and
added this line:
Restarted the node. Still same Connection Failed screen is all I get.
Out of curiosity I tried Kibana 4.0.0 Beta1 too and the result was also
negative, but even more confusing - "This version of Kibana requires at
least Elasticsearch 1.4.0.Beta1" But that's exactly what I have running!
I'm temporary out of ideas how to make either of them work.
Any advice how to troubleshoot those two separate and probably different
issues with Kibana?
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