Kibana4 + Apache server?


(Guillaume RICHAUD) #1

Hi guys,

I'm trying to install the latest ELK stack including Kibana4.0.1 on a
virtual machine with CentOS 7 minimal.

My aim is to access kibana via an Apache server (httpd) from my computer
(because the centOS mini hasn't any gnome installed so it's all in command
lines).

I've got an issue with configuring both Kibana and Apache to run, it just
doesn't work ! :smiley:

Does one of you have ever tried to install the latest stack and use Kibana
through Apache ?

I am used to install ELK in local, but olders versions and I'm confident
that they are well setup for a local application, what I need are the
modifications to go Apache :slight_smile:

Thanks in advance !
G.

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(Aaron Mefford) #2

The latest versions of Kibana are very different than the older versions.
The old version was just a bunch of javascript that needed any old
webserver to host the files. The new version is a full blown node.js
application and as such does not use Apache at all, but requires node.js.
It also requires the latest version of ElasticSearch.

On Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 9:26:20 AM UTC-6, Guillaume RICHAUD wrote:

Hi guys,

I'm trying to install the latest ELK stack including Kibana4.0.1 on a
virtual machine with CentOS 7 minimal.

My aim is to access kibana via an Apache server (httpd) from my computer
(because the centOS mini hasn't any gnome installed so it's all in command
lines).

I've got an issue with configuring both Kibana and Apache to run, it just
doesn't work ! :smiley:

Does one of you have ever tried to install the latest stack and use Kibana
through Apache ?

I am used to install ELK in local, but olders versions and I'm confident
that they are well setup for a local application, what I need are the
modifications to go Apache :slight_smile:

Thanks in advance !
G.

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#3

Does this mean Kibana4 cannot be front ended with apache proxy? Mostly it is front ended with nginx which acts as a proxy. Why can't apache be used as proxy for Kibana?


(system) #4