I have a production cluster where I have some windows machines connected to my ELK Cluster, and for some monitoring reasons, I would like to know how many data collected from each machine for eample for the last 24 hours
Could you please to tell me if there is a way to do that from an
SQL request in canvas, or using the
Dev Tool in kibana or any other way !
Thanks for your help
In terms of MB/GB per host stored in Elasticsearch?
Yes @warkolm that's what I would like to get as a result
Thanks for your answer @warkolm ,
I just had access to my cluster today and I installed it, and restarted all the nodes.
If I understand well, to enable the
_size field I should run the command in the
DEV Tool of kibana :
Is there a quick way to enable it in all my indexes (even the futur ones) ?
You cannot apply it to existing indices.
For future ones, make sure you add that to the relevant index template.
So, for example if my indice now it's
packetbeat-7.12.0-2021.05.06-000012, I should apply it to the indice
packetbeat-7.12.0-****.**.**-000013 , and then automatically it will be enabled for all the future indices ?
If you are using the default (aka bundled) Packetbeat template, you will need to tell Packetbeat to use a custom one (based on that template) with your additions.
Configure Elasticsearch index template loading | Packetbeat Reference [7.12] | Elastic should provide some assistance on that aspect.
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