Linux newbie trying to install elasticsearch/kabana/logstash


(computer engineer) #1

A newbie here trying to install elasticsearch, logstash and kabana. I got
logstash installed but after installing elasticsearch, I try to run it as
showed by tutorials all over:

bin/elasticsearch -f

I get elasticsearch: command not found

am I missing something to get this to work? By the way I have this
installed under root/elasticsearch. Any help appreciated.

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(Tony Su) #2

Try preceding a slash(/) before bin, eg

/bin/elasticsearch -f

That assumes that you did install the elasticsearch binary in /bin

Tony

On Wednesday, February 5, 2014 1:15:24 PM UTC-8, computer engineer wrote:

A newbie here trying to install elasticsearch, logstash and kabana. I got
logstash installed but after installing elasticsearch, I try to run it as
showed by tutorials all over:

bin/elasticsearch -f

I get elasticsearch: command not found

am I missing something to get this to work? By the way I have this
installed under root/elasticsearch. Any help appreciated.

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(Mark Walkom) #3

Try /root/elasticsearch/bin/elasticsearch -f

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On 6 February 2014 08:15, computer engineer c786engineer@gmail.com wrote:

A newbie here trying to install elasticsearch, logstash and kabana. I got
logstash installed but after installing elasticsearch, I try to run it as
showed by tutorials all over:

bin/elasticsearch -f

I get elasticsearch: command not found

am I missing something to get this to work? By the way I have this
installed under root/elasticsearch. Any help appreciated.

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(computer engineer) #4

You are awesome...thanks Mark

On Wednesday, February 5, 2014 5:14:20 PM UTC-5, Mark Walkom wrote:

Try /root/elasticsearch/bin/elasticsearch -f

Regards,
Mark Walkom

Infrastructure Engineer
Campaign Monitor
email: ma...@campaignmonitor.com <javascript:>
web: www.campaignmonitor.com

On 6 February 2014 08:15, computer engineer <c786en...@gmail.com<javascript:>

wrote:

A newbie here trying to install elasticsearch, logstash and kabana. I got
logstash installed but after installing elasticsearch, I try to run it as
showed by tutorials all over:

bin/elasticsearch -f

I get elasticsearch: command not found

am I missing something to get this to work? By the way I have this
installed under root/elasticsearch. Any help appreciated.

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(computer engineer) #5

thanks for the response tony

On Wednesday, February 5, 2014 5:08:05 PM UTC-5, Tony Su wrote:

Try preceding a slash(/) before bin, eg

/bin/elasticsearch -f

That assumes that you did install the elasticsearch binary in /bin

Tony

On Wednesday, February 5, 2014 1:15:24 PM UTC-8, computer engineer wrote:

A newbie here trying to install elasticsearch, logstash and kabana. I got
logstash installed but after installing elasticsearch, I try to run it as
showed by tutorials all over:

bin/elasticsearch -f

I get elasticsearch: command not found

am I missing something to get this to work? By the way I have this
installed under root/elasticsearch. Any help appreciated.

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