This morning, I enabled slowlogs on a bunch of indices in my cluster by
issuing something like this
https://gist.github.com/tdhopper/a44cc4200b9c09aea389. Because I set the
threshold at 0 and we're doing lots of reads and writes, I got large logs
rather quickly. I decided to raise the thresholds and delete the logs
manually from all four machines on my cluster; I did this without
restarting the cluster. After doing this, no new *slowlog.log files were
created. I tried 'touch'ing the appropriate paths, but those files were not
I have since set the slowlog thresholds manually in my ElasticSearch.yml
and restarted the cluster. The log files still were not populated.
I again issued a curl command to set the thresholds to 0ms, and I also set
'additivity.index.search.slowlog' and 'additivity.index.indexing.slowlog'
to 'true' for the cluster (though I'm not entirely clear on what those do).
Still no logs. I have also tried fiddling with the log level with a command
like this https://gist.github.com/tdhopper/2dc0d2aa039f3dd598ab.
I've uncovered two
that seem to have similar problems that have not been resolved.
Have I done something wrong that is preventing these logs from appearing?
I am using 1.3.0.
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