Marvel license file/order number baked into a container


(Daniel Schonfeld) #1

Hello,

We have recently purchase our Marvel license, but everytime we restart our
cluster it asks us for the order number again. We use docker and so our
containers are immutable.

Is there a file or something we can change in the filesystem that will bake
the license key into the container?

Thanks!

Daniel Schonfeld

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(Boaz Leskes) #2

Hi Daniel,

When you restart the cluster, do you also wipe all content? The marvel
license should persist once entered but if you clean the data folder, that
will go away as well.

Cheers,
Boaz

On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 6:12:19 AM UTC+2, Daniel Schonfeld wrote:

Hello,

We have recently purchase our Marvel license, but everytime we restart our
cluster it asks us for the order number again. We use docker and so our
containers are immutable.

Is there a file or something we can change in the filesystem that will
bake the license key into the container?

Thanks!

Daniel Schonfeld

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(Daniel Schonfeld) #3

Hi Boaz,

No the data folder is persisted. And with it i have all my cluster and
indices data... but for some reason marvel asks for the license/order
number again.

Is there a file I can check for in my data folder?

Thanks!
Daniel

On Thursday, October 9, 2014 5:46:52 AM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:

Hi Daniel,

When you restart the cluster, do you also wipe all content? The marvel
license should persist once entered but if you clean the data folder, that
will go away as well.

Cheers,
Boaz

On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 6:12:19 AM UTC+2, Daniel Schonfeld wrote:

Hello,

We have recently purchase our Marvel license, but everytime we restart
our cluster it asks us for the order number again. We use docker and so
our containers are immutable.

Is there a file or something we can change in the filesystem that will
bake the license key into the container?

Thanks!

Daniel Schonfeld

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(Boaz Leskes) #4

That's weird. You should for the content of the .marvel-kibana index. That's where it stored when you enter your license info in the UI.

Is the Marvel UI allowed to post back to ES? If that's blocked it may explain things. Normally you will get a message from Marvel instructing you how to add the license from the command line.

On 9 okt. 2014, at 6:06 p.m., Daniel Schonfeld downwindabeam@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Boaz,

No the data folder is persisted. And with it i have all my cluster and indices data... but for some reason marvel asks for the license/order number again.

Is there a file I can check for in my data folder?

Thanks!
Daniel

On Thursday, October 9, 2014 5:46:52 AM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:
Hi Daniel,

When you restart the cluster, do you also wipe all content? The marvel license should persist once entered but if you clean the data folder, that will go away as well.

Cheers,
Boaz

On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 6:12:19 AM UTC+2, Daniel Schonfeld wrote:
Hello,

We have recently purchase our Marvel license, but everytime we restart our cluster it asks us for the order number again. We use docker and so our containers are immutable.

Is there a file or something we can change in the filesystem that will bake the license key into the container?

Thanks!

Daniel Schonfeld

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(Daniel Schonfeld) #5

Boaz,

.marvel-kibana now has a 'state-2' file inside it. and obv for now since i
didnt restart or do anything of that nature i am not asked for the license
details. I wonder if what I see is that .marvel-kibana is only stored with
one primary and one replica and when i reload the cluster sometimes i
happen to load the nodes first which dont have .marvel-kibana so thats why
i get that question about the license.

Anyways, where would marvel should me how to add the license from the
command line? I'd like to see that cause I haven't run into such a prompt
yet.

Thanks!

On Thursday, October 9, 2014 2:40:58 PM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:

That's weird. You should for the content of the .marvel-kibana index.
That's where it stored when you enter your license info in the UI.

Is the Marvel UI allowed to post back to ES? If that's blocked it may
explain things. Normally you will get a message from Marvel instructing you
how to add the license from the command line.

On 9 okt. 2014, at 6:06 p.m., Daniel Schonfeld <downwi...@gmail.com
<javascript:>> wrote:

Hi Boaz,

No the data folder is persisted. And with it i have all my cluster and
indices data... but for some reason marvel asks for the license/order
number again.

Is there a file I can check for in my data folder?

Thanks!
Daniel

On Thursday, October 9, 2014 5:46:52 AM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:

Hi Daniel,

When you restart the cluster, do you also wipe all content? The marvel
license should persist once entered but if you clean the data folder, that
will go away as well.

Cheers,
Boaz

On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 6:12:19 AM UTC+2, Daniel Schonfeld wrote:

Hello,

We have recently purchase our Marvel license, but everytime we restart
our cluster it asks us for the order number again. We use docker and so
our containers are immutable.

Is there a file or something we can change in the filesystem that will
bake the license key into the container?

Thanks!

Daniel Schonfeld

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(Boaz Leskes) #6

.marvel-kibana now has a 'state-2' file inside it. and obv for now since
i didnt restart or do anything of that nature i am not asked for the
license details. I wonder if what I see is that .marvel-kibana is only
stored with one primary and one replica and when i reload the cluster
sometimes i happen to load the nodes first which dont have .marvel-kibana
so thats why i get that question about the license.

The order in which you restart the nodes shouldn't really matter. Try
searching GET .marvel-kibana/_search and see that you get the license
document back?

Anyways, where would marvel should me how to add the license from the
command line? I'd like to see that cause I haven't run into such a prompt
yet.

Marvel only shows it if it fails to save it to the cluster. If you want the
command, it's not a problem but please reach out off list with your details.

On Fri, Oct 10, 2014 at 9:13 PM, Daniel Schonfeld downwindabeam@gmail.com
wrote:

Boaz,

.marvel-kibana now has a 'state-2' file inside it. and obv for now since
i didnt restart or do anything of that nature i am not asked for the
license details. I wonder if what I see is that .marvel-kibana is only
stored with one primary and one replica and when i reload the cluster
sometimes i happen to load the nodes first which dont have .marvel-kibana
so thats why i get that question about the license.

Anyways, where would marvel should me how to add the license from the
command line? I'd like to see that cause I haven't run into such a prompt
yet.

Thanks!

On Thursday, October 9, 2014 2:40:58 PM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:

That's weird. You should for the content of the .marvel-kibana index.
That's where it stored when you enter your license info in the UI.

Is the Marvel UI allowed to post back to ES? If that's blocked it may
explain things. Normally you will get a message from Marvel instructing you
how to add the license from the command line.

On 9 okt. 2014, at 6:06 p.m., Daniel Schonfeld downwi...@gmail.com
wrote:

Hi Boaz,

No the data folder is persisted. And with it i have all my cluster and
indices data... but for some reason marvel asks for the license/order
number again.

Is there a file I can check for in my data folder?

Thanks!
Daniel

On Thursday, October 9, 2014 5:46:52 AM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:

Hi Daniel,

When you restart the cluster, do you also wipe all content? The marvel
license should persist once entered but if you clean the data folder, that
will go away as well.

Cheers,
Boaz

On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 6:12:19 AM UTC+2, Daniel Schonfeld wrote:

Hello,

We have recently purchase our Marvel license, but everytime we restart
our cluster it asks us for the order number again. We use docker and so
our containers are immutable.

Is there a file or something we can change in the filesystem that will
bake the license key into the container?

Thanks!

Daniel Schonfeld

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(Jpotisch) #7

Hi Boaz. I know this is an old thread but I can't find anything newer and
it seems very related to this issue.

Is there documentation anywhere on how to script installation of the
license initially? We have not yet run Marvel in production and we do not
allow manual steps in our deployment process. We'd like to be able to
deploy Marvel to a completely clean box and have the license already
present at the end of the deploy. Can you point me to an example curl
(dummy values, obviously)?

On Monday, October 13, 2014 at 8:48:45 AM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:

.marvel-kibana now has a 'state-2' file inside it. and obv for now
since i didnt restart or do anything of that nature i am not asked for the
license details. I wonder if what I see is that .marvel-kibana is only
stored with one primary and one replica and when i reload the cluster
sometimes i happen to load the nodes first which dont have .marvel-kibana
so thats why i get that question about the license.

The order in which you restart the nodes shouldn't really matter. Try
searching GET .marvel-kibana/_search and see that you get the license
document back?

Anyways, where would marvel should me how to add the license from the
command line? I'd like to see that cause I haven't run into such a prompt
yet.

Marvel only shows it if it fails to save it to the cluster. If you want
the command, it's not a problem but please reach out off list with your
details.

On Fri, Oct 10, 2014 at 9:13 PM, Daniel Schonfeld <downwi...@gmail.com
<javascript:>> wrote:

Boaz,

.marvel-kibana now has a 'state-2' file inside it. and obv for now since
i didnt restart or do anything of that nature i am not asked for the
license details. I wonder if what I see is that .marvel-kibana is only
stored with one primary and one replica and when i reload the cluster
sometimes i happen to load the nodes first which dont have .marvel-kibana
so thats why i get that question about the license.

Anyways, where would marvel should me how to add the license from the
command line? I'd like to see that cause I haven't run into such a prompt
yet.

Thanks!

On Thursday, October 9, 2014 2:40:58 PM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:

That's weird. You should for the content of the .marvel-kibana index.
That's where it stored when you enter your license info in the UI.

Is the Marvel UI allowed to post back to ES? If that's blocked it may
explain things. Normally you will get a message from Marvel instructing you
how to add the license from the command line.

On 9 okt. 2014, at 6:06 p.m., Daniel Schonfeld downwi...@gmail.com
wrote:

Hi Boaz,

No the data folder is persisted. And with it i have all my cluster and
indices data... but for some reason marvel asks for the license/order
number again.

Is there a file I can check for in my data folder?

Thanks!
Daniel

On Thursday, October 9, 2014 5:46:52 AM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:

Hi Daniel,

When you restart the cluster, do you also wipe all content? The marvel
license should persist once entered but if you clean the data folder, that
will go away as well.

Cheers,
Boaz

On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 6:12:19 AM UTC+2, Daniel Schonfeld wrote:

Hello,

We have recently purchase our Marvel license, but everytime we restart
our cluster it asks us for the order number again. We use docker and so
our containers are immutable.

Is there a file or something we can change in the filesystem that will
bake the license key into the container?

Thanks!

Daniel Schonfeld

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(Jpotisch) #8

For anyone else coming across this, an Elasticsearch engineer confirmed to
me in this question
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/elasticsearch/CFUZp6j5TOc/_muPZUAMz_kJ
that it's not currently possible but a feature request for it has now been
opened.

On Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 3:07:21 PM UTC-4, Joel Potischman wrote:

Hi Boaz. I know this is an old thread but I can't find anything newer and
it seems very related to this issue.

Is there documentation anywhere on how to script installation of the
license initially? We have not yet run Marvel in production and we do not
allow manual steps in our deployment process. We'd like to be able to
deploy Marvel to a completely clean box and have the license already
present at the end of the deploy. Can you point me to an example curl
(dummy values, obviously)?

On Monday, October 13, 2014 at 8:48:45 AM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:

.marvel-kibana now has a 'state-2' file inside it. and obv for now
since i didnt restart or do anything of that nature i am not asked for the
license details. I wonder if what I see is that .marvel-kibana is only
stored with one primary and one replica and when i reload the cluster
sometimes i happen to load the nodes first which dont have .marvel-kibana
so thats why i get that question about the license.

The order in which you restart the nodes shouldn't really matter. Try
searching GET .marvel-kibana/_search and see that you get the license
document back?

Anyways, where would marvel should me how to add the license from the
command line? I'd like to see that cause I haven't run into such a prompt
yet.

Marvel only shows it if it fails to save it to the cluster. If you want
the command, it's not a problem but please reach out off list with your
details.

On Fri, Oct 10, 2014 at 9:13 PM, Daniel Schonfeld downwi...@gmail.com
wrote:

Boaz,

.marvel-kibana now has a 'state-2' file inside it. and obv for now
since i didnt restart or do anything of that nature i am not asked for the
license details. I wonder if what I see is that .marvel-kibana is only
stored with one primary and one replica and when i reload the cluster
sometimes i happen to load the nodes first which dont have .marvel-kibana
so thats why i get that question about the license.

Anyways, where would marvel should me how to add the license from the
command line? I'd like to see that cause I haven't run into such a prompt
yet.

Thanks!

On Thursday, October 9, 2014 2:40:58 PM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:

That's weird. You should for the content of the .marvel-kibana index.
That's where it stored when you enter your license info in the UI.

Is the Marvel UI allowed to post back to ES? If that's blocked it may
explain things. Normally you will get a message from Marvel instructing you
how to add the license from the command line.

On 9 okt. 2014, at 6:06 p.m., Daniel Schonfeld downwi...@gmail.com
wrote:

Hi Boaz,

No the data folder is persisted. And with it i have all my cluster and
indices data... but for some reason marvel asks for the license/order
number again.

Is there a file I can check for in my data folder?

Thanks!
Daniel

On Thursday, October 9, 2014 5:46:52 AM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:

Hi Daniel,

When you restart the cluster, do you also wipe all content? The marvel
license should persist once entered but if you clean the data folder, that
will go away as well.

Cheers,
Boaz

On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 6:12:19 AM UTC+2, Daniel Schonfeld wrote:

Hello,

We have recently purchase our Marvel license, but everytime we
restart our cluster it asks us for the order number again. We use docker
and so our containers are immutable.

Is there a file or something we can change in the filesystem that
will bake the license key into the container?

Thanks!

Daniel Schonfeld

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(Boaz Leskes) #9

Hi Joel,

You can block write access to the monitoring cluster marvel is installed
on. When you enter the the license details, Marvel will fail storing that
information in ES and will give you a command you can run manually on the
server (assuming it runs behind a proxy). You can use that command in your
provisioning system.

Cheers,
Boa

On Friday, May 1, 2015 at 4:56:31 PM UTC+3, Joel Potischman wrote:

For anyone else coming across this, an Elasticsearch engineer confirmed to
me in this question
https://groups.google.com/d/msg/elasticsearch/CFUZp6j5TOc/_muPZUAMz_kJ
that it's not currently possible but a feature request for it has now been
opened.

On Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 3:07:21 PM UTC-4, Joel Potischman wrote:

Hi Boaz. I know this is an old thread but I can't find anything newer and
it seems very related to this issue.

Is there documentation anywhere on how to script installation of the
license initially? We have not yet run Marvel in production and we do not
allow manual steps in our deployment process. We'd like to be able to
deploy Marvel to a completely clean box and have the license already
present at the end of the deploy. Can you point me to an example curl
(dummy values, obviously)?

On Monday, October 13, 2014 at 8:48:45 AM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:

.marvel-kibana now has a 'state-2' file inside it. and obv for now
since i didnt restart or do anything of that nature i am not asked for the
license details. I wonder if what I see is that .marvel-kibana is only
stored with one primary and one replica and when i reload the cluster
sometimes i happen to load the nodes first which dont have .marvel-kibana
so thats why i get that question about the license.

The order in which you restart the nodes shouldn't really matter. Try
searching GET .marvel-kibana/_search and see that you get the license
document back?

Anyways, where would marvel should me how to add the license from the
command line? I'd like to see that cause I haven't run into such a prompt
yet.

Marvel only shows it if it fails to save it to the cluster. If you want
the command, it's not a problem but please reach out off list with your
details.

On Fri, Oct 10, 2014 at 9:13 PM, Daniel Schonfeld downwi...@gmail.com
wrote:

Boaz,

.marvel-kibana now has a 'state-2' file inside it. and obv for now
since i didnt restart or do anything of that nature i am not asked for the
license details. I wonder if what I see is that .marvel-kibana is only
stored with one primary and one replica and when i reload the cluster
sometimes i happen to load the nodes first which dont have .marvel-kibana
so thats why i get that question about the license.

Anyways, where would marvel should me how to add the license from the
command line? I'd like to see that cause I haven't run into such a prompt
yet.

Thanks!

On Thursday, October 9, 2014 2:40:58 PM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:

That's weird. You should for the content of the .marvel-kibana index.
That's where it stored when you enter your license info in the UI.

Is the Marvel UI allowed to post back to ES? If that's blocked it may
explain things. Normally you will get a message from Marvel instructing you
how to add the license from the command line.

On 9 okt. 2014, at 6:06 p.m., Daniel Schonfeld downwi...@gmail.com
wrote:

Hi Boaz,

No the data folder is persisted. And with it i have all my cluster
and indices data... but for some reason marvel asks for the license/order
number again.

Is there a file I can check for in my data folder?

Thanks!
Daniel

On Thursday, October 9, 2014 5:46:52 AM UTC-4, Boaz Leskes wrote:

Hi Daniel,

When you restart the cluster, do you also wipe all content? The
marvel license should persist once entered but if you clean the data
folder, that will go away as well.

Cheers,
Boaz

On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 6:12:19 AM UTC+2, Daniel Schonfeld
wrote:

Hello,

We have recently purchase our Marvel license, but everytime we
restart our cluster it asks us for the order number again. We use docker
and so our containers are immutable.

Is there a file or something we can change in the filesystem that
will bake the license key into the container?

Thanks!

Daniel Schonfeld

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Interesting. Will give it a shot!

Thanks for the help and have a great weekend.

-joel

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