Q. kibana alert issue


(jeong) #1

There was an issue in kibana.

Why does it happen below?

Image 1. The following screen will appear when accessing the web page or when refreshing. I have not set a login / password for kibana.

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#2

Hi @jeongsyhd,

Can you please provide more info about the issue you're experiencing?

  • What are the Kibana and Elasticsearch versions you're using?
  • How did you install them?
  • What do you see in Kibana log? In Elasticsearch log?
  • Can you access Elasticsearch directly without Kibana?

Best,
Oleg


(jeong) #3

Can you please provide more info about the issue you're experiencing?

What are the Kibana and Elasticsearch versions you're using?
-> ver 6.3.1

How did you install them?
-> RPM in CentOS

What do you see in Kibana log? In Elasticsearch log?
-> I can see all the logs from Kibana.

Can you access Elasticsearch directly without Kibana?
->What does it mean to have direct access to Elasticsearch without Kibana?

I am wondering why the alarm is generated as in the image above.
If it have a problem, it is needed to fix it.

Thank you in advance.


#4

And what do you see in there (I mean logs you see in terminal when run Kibana or log file where logs are stored if you configured it this way)?

->What does it mean to have direct access to Elasticsearch without Kibana?

Well, you run both Kibana (default port is 5601) and Elasticsearch (default port is 9200) so that they can work with each other. Looking at the errors you have it seems you may have connectivity problems between Kibana and Elasticsearch, so I'm wondering if you can access Elasticsearch directly (e.g. open http://localhost:9200/_cat in browser).


(jeong) #5

And what do you see in there (I mean logs you see in terminal when run Kibana or log file where logs are stored if you configured it this way)?

Well, I did not understand ...
First of all .. kibana's web screen is logging normally.
I did not see any logs when running kibana in ssh.
kibana is still running with the status "service kibana start".

Well, you run both Kibana (default port is 5601) and Elasticsearch (default port is 9200) so that they can work with each other. Looking at the errors you have it seems you may have connectivity problems between Kibana and Elasticsearch, so I'm wondering if you can access Elasticsearch directly (e.g. open http://localhost:9200/_cat in browser).

In your browser
http://110.45.222.242:5601 connect to the kibana screen,
http: // localhost: 9200 can not be connected.


(system) #6

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