The client site is going down due to after integrating Elastic search


(Ali Nouman) #1

The cpu goes high the drupal site code is one Aws ec2 server and elastic search on another ec2 server. Can some one point me where i can check the logs what can be the issue?


(Tim Vernum) #2

The location of the log files depends on how you installed and configured elasticsearch.

The likely places are:

  • A logs/ directory inside your Elasticsearch installation directory (if you installed from .zip or .tgz)
  • The /var/log/elasticsearch directory (if you installed from .deb or .rpm)
  • docker logs if you are running in docker (with the official docker image)

But it's possible to override any of those with configuration options.


(Ali Nouman) #3

I'm getting this log in entry as crash

[2018-10-18T04:42:21,518][WARN ][o.e.m.j.JvmGcMonitorService] [beppyc_] [gc][young][241875][1751] duration [1.4m], collections [1]/[1.7m], total [1.4m]/[1.7m], memory [509.7mb]->[445.2mb]/[1015.6mb], all_pools {[young] [64.3mb]->[3.2mb]/[66.5mb]}{[survivor] [8mb]->[5.1mb]/[8.3mb]}{[old] [439.2mb]->[439.3mb]/[940.8mb]}
[2018-10-18T04:42:21,524][WARN ][o.e.m.j.JvmGcMonitorService] [beppyc_] [gc][241875] overhead, spent [1.4m] collecting in the last [1.7m]

Do you have any idea what the error could be?


(Tim Vernum) #4

That is just a warning - it is not the cause of your crash.

You need to find the main elasticsearch logs.


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