Tried to configure kibana but unable to open got below error can you please help to resolve this issue


(Hanu B) #1

Hi Team,

This is hanumanth , i tried to configure kibana in my virtual machine, but got below error. Please help me to resolve this issue.

Using Elasticsearch 1.7, Logstash 1.5, and Kibana 4.1 (ELK Stack) on CentOS 6.8.

Kibana: Unable to check for Kibana index ".kibana"

Error: Unable to check for Kibana index ".kibana"
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respond@http://virtuallab13.dev.sv2.247-inc.net/index.js?_b=7489:85288:15
checkRespForFailure@http://virtuallab13.dev.sv2.247-inc.net/index.js?_b=7489:85256:7
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$RootScopeProvider/this.$get</Scope.prototype.$apply@http://virtuallab13.dev.sv2.247-inc.net/index.js?_b=7489:22126:13
done@http://virtuallab13.dev.sv2.247-inc.net/index.js?_b=7489:17661:34
completeRequest@http://virtuallab13.dev.sv2.247-inc.net/index.js?_b=7489:17875:7
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(Court Ewing) #2

It sounds like Kibana cannot access Elasticsearch. Make sure Elasticsearch is on the same machine and running on the default port, or update the kibana.yml to point to the appropriate Elasticsearch host/port.

Those versions of the stack are no longer maintained, is there any chance you could run the latest stable (5.1) which will provide a more useful debugging experience when it comes to networking/connectivity issues?


(system) #3

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