I have been trying to run filebeat remotely spawning it through a ssh session.
Below is the call I use to invoke it
ssh user@host 'cd ./filebeat-5.3.2; ./filebeat -e -c ./filebeat.yml & disown'
This does run filebeat but is killed as the ssh session closes.
Below is the script I use to spawn a logstash process
ssh username@host 'cd ./logstash-2.3.2; ./bin/logstash -f ./myConf.conf & disown'
The filebeat process does not survive after the ssh session is terminated. Whereas the logstash process survives which runs as a java process.
How is this happening?
Following are some question which will help solve my purpose. But I am not able to get around the above behaviour.