Marvel overview dashboard, indices tab


(DH) #1

Hi everyone,

I am currently testing the marvel plugin on my dev workstation.
The plugin in indeed a relatively easy-to-dig mine of informations but
there is a little something that bugs me (or is it something already
there I didn't see? Possible!).

The indices tab, in the overview dashboard shows 20 of my 60 indices. Sure,
there is a filter feature, but some sort of pagination like in the pulse
(.. excellent, by the way) would have been a help .

Once again, if this is already there, I'm sorry .. and please tell me how.
If it isn't, will it be in a future release? Or is it not done on purpose
(technical limitation? seems unlikely)

Thank you

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(Boaz Leskes) #2

Hi,

You can click on the column hearer to sort on them.

Cheers,
Boaz

On Thursday, January 30, 2014 9:26:20 AM UTC+1, DH wrote:

Hi everyone,

I am currently testing the marvel plugin on my dev workstation.
The plugin in indeed a relatively easy-to-dig mine of informations but
there is a little something that bugs me (or is it something already
there I didn't see? Possible!).

The indices tab, in the overview dashboard shows 20 of my 60 indices.
Sure, there is a filter feature, but some sort of pagination like in the
pulse (.. excellent, by the way) would have been a help .

Once again, if this is already there, I'm sorry .. and please tell me how.
If it isn't, will it be in a future release? Or is it not done on purpose
(technical limitation? seems unlikely)

Thank you

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(DH) #3

Hi, and thanks for the reply.

Yes, indeed, I saw that you could sort on them. The problem remain the
same, tough. You can see the 20 first or 20 last indices, but not the
others, unless you filter.
I know you can do a lot with filters, but If I have one indice per user,
named, for instance, myIndice_, if I have more than 40 users,
then I cannot see them all unless I want to look at them one by one.

By the way, a select_all would be great too, I think .. to be able to see
metrics for a group of index without having to manually select everyone of
them.

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(eunever32) #4

Hi

Being new to kibana marvel I assume there is a way to increase the number of indices being displayed?

Or another screen that displays all?

Is possible to increase limit?

Thanks

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(system) #5