I am developing plugins for Kibana 5.2.1 on Windows 10, and I have problems when starting Kibana with the
I have the following directory structure:
- Kibana (this is the regular Kibana installation)
To start Kibana with a single plugin, I go to the Kibana directory in a terminal (Windows PowerShell), and use the following command:
.\bin\kibana.bat --dev --plugin-path "../plugins/MyPlugin1"
This works fine, using the
Note: I have some paths problems with
npm start since it uses the linux script, so I use the bat script directly
Now, I want Kibana to use all my plugins, so I use the
plugin-dir parameter with the following command
.\bin\kibana.bat --dev --plugin-dir "../plugins"
But then I get this error:
Error: Unmet requirement "elasticsearch" for plugin "MyPlugin1"
See the full error dump here. MyPlugin1 is indeed requiring elasticsearch, but I do not get this error when using
Am I using the
--plugin-dir parameter incorrectly? How can I make it work? Thanks in advance!