Wildcards in kibana index


(Bhaskarjyoti Bora) #1

We are trying to setup indices in a hierarchical order. E.g.
Organization
|_ business unit
|_ department

So, the index will look like org1-bu3-dept3-2013-09-20

Now, in kibana, we want to search for all indexes belonging to org1.

Can we do this?

Thanks,
Bhaskar

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(Andrej) #2

When setting up a dashboard you can configure the indexes to be used as a
pattern, so this should be possible. We use a pattern including date, works
fine so far.

Andrej

Am Freitag, 20. September 2013 10:24:26 UTC+2 schrieb Bhaskarjyoti Bora:

We are trying to setup indices in a hierarchical order. E.g.
Organization
|_ business unit
|_ department

So, the index will look like org1-bu3-dept3-2013-09-20

Now, in kibana, we want to search for all indexes belonging to org1.

Can we do this?

Thanks,
Bhaskar

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(Andrej) #3

Or, as an alternative approach, put an alias on all indices starting with
org1 and use this one for kibana.

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