When I generate a report in kibana, the maximum CSV file I can successfully generate and download is 986062 bytes, which contains 6586 hits, and cannot be successfully generated when there are more than 10000 hits. And I have config some related fields in kibana.yml, but it still can't generate CSV.
AND I can't find the error detail in kibana.log:confounded:
@joelgriffith can we please get some help here?
I'd like to know why I can't generate a CSV file larger than 1KB, and why I can't find the reporting error information in the kibana.log.
Thank you for your help.
@_Jiawen can you set your logging to:
This should give us some better logs on what's going on inside of reporting.
Thank you for your replay.
Do you mean this :
I add this into kibana.yml and encountered an error that prevented kibana from starting, and I haven't been able to fix it yet. My kibana startup is started through a script that I wrote myself.
the following error：
ValidationError: child "logging" fails because [child "verbose" fails because ["verbose" must be one of [false]]]
Apologies for that, could you try this setting instead (removing that other config I sent)?
logging.events.log: ['warning', 'error', 'fatal', 'info']
Do you mean try this setting in kibana.yml? I didn't find any details about this setting.
I tried add this setting in kibana.yml, but kibana.log hasn't changed, and when the report failed still doesn't display details in kibana.log
Glad you found it! There is some logging we do when there's a discrepancy between elasticsearch and kibana, but it's not foolproof.
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