Hi people, I've implemented the netflow module with Filebeat. In my ELK 7.8.0 I'm receiving a lots of flows from a BGP router, and when I go to the Filebeat Netflow dashboards and I query for a long date range (24 hs and more), the query is too slow and I get this message:
"Your query is taking awhile"
No data and geolocalization are displayed.
And after that I see this error:
RequestTimeoutError: Request timed out
at e._subscribe (https://siem.company.com/31997/bundles/kbn-ui-shared-deps/kbn-ui-shared-deps.js:271:897125)
at e._trySubscribe (https://siem.company.com/31997/bundles/kbn-ui-shared-deps/kbn-ui-shared-deps.js:21:56087)
at e.subscribe (https://siem.company.com/31997/bundles/kbn-ui-shared-deps/kbn-ui-shared-deps.js:21:55873)
at e.call (https://siem.company.com/31997/bundles/kbn-ui-shared-deps/kbn-ui-shared-deps.js:271:225206)
at e.subscribe (https://siem.company.com/31997/bundles/kbn-ui-shared-deps/kbn-ui-shared-deps.js:21:55744)
at new Promise ()
at e.toPromise (https://siem.company.com/31997/bundles/kbn-ui-shared-deps/kbn-ui-shared-deps.js:21:56710)
at SearchSource._callee2$ (https://siem.company.com/31997/bundles/plugin/data/data.plugin.js:6:94803)
If the query is for 1 hour, 6 hours, 10 hours, it works OK and I can retrieve all the flow data and their geolocalization.
I have 10 CPU's, 20 GB RAM, and -Xms10g m / -Xmx10g for java heapspace.
I send all netflow data to the same filebeat index as the other incoming events. from remote machines with Filebeat installed.
Can you help me please ?
Special thanks !