License could not be determined error

license

(Ilia Katz) #1

After installing X-Pack into elasticsearch & kibana (both are alpha4), when I ran kibana for the first time (after X-Pack installation) I get a login screen but it is disabled! Below the login screen there is a message saying "Login is currently disabled because the license could not be determined."

It is the first time I am installing X-Pack on this machine.

Any help will be appreciated.


(Ilia Katz) #2

I think it is related to elasticsearch's cluster that I deployed. I installed X-Pack only on one of the cluster's machines. I disabled the cluster and left with one machine only (the one that has X-Pack installed on) and it resolved the issue.


(Mark Walkom) #3

It needs to be installed on all nodes in the cluster.


(Ilia Katz) #4

Thanks. That exactly what the problem was.


(Mark Walkom) #6

Please start your own thread for this :slight_smile:


(Chris K) #7

Same issue here. I'm using the full regular 5.0.0 release for both Elastic, Kibana and X-Pack... however I am on Ubuntu so I did the Debian installs for all and I've changed my host to 192.168.29.236.

Going to http://192.168.29.236:9200 reports everything is fine.

When going to http://192.168.29.236:5601 I'm getting "Login is currently disabled because the license could not be determined. Please check that Elasticsearch is running, then refresh this page." red label error when trying to run Kibana for the first time.

Perhaps there's an issue with not configuring Kibana on localhost first?


(Alexander Reelsen) #8

Please open up a new thread instead of reviving old ones

Also share your license info, to make sure it is not expired.. see https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/x-pack/5.0/listing-licenses.html


(system) #9