thanks man, now kibana is working :)
Em quarta-feira, 14 de setembro de 2016 20:05:39 UTC-3, Michael Anthon
> Hi Daniel,
> In fact the only setting I have in that file is this
> elasticsearch.url: "http://127.0.0.1:9200"
> This is actually causing issues with the way graylog configures the
> elasticsearch listener but changing this address to the local interface's
> network address should fix that.
> That URL should be the only setting required to make Kibana work out of
> the box. Have a look
> in /opt/graylog/elasticsearch/config/elasticsearch.yml for the
> "network.host" and "http.port" settings to see how graylog has configured
> the elasticsearch listener
> You can install Kibana on any machine that has network access to the
> elasticsearch cluster
> On Thursday, 15 September 2016 04:10:05 UTC+10, Daniel Reif wrote:
>> Michael Anthon,
>> *you could publish your kibana.yml?I am unable to do Kibana find my
>> ElasticSearch cluster and load messages.*
>> Em quarta-feira, 14 de setembro de 2016 03:17:44 UTC-3, Michael Anthon
>>> No, you point Kibana at the elasticsearch instance and it "just works".
>>> There is an option in the Kibana to reload the fields from the indexes in
>>> case they get messed up (sometimes happens when you change the field
>>> extractors in a way that changes the types)
>>> On Friday, 9 September 2016 14:52:41 UTC+10, Aykisn wrote:
>>>> Hello Michael,
>>>> I'm really interested in this, have been looking for this feature since
>>>> graylog doesn't support it (yet).
>>>> I have a question though, do you need to recreate the fields on kibana ?
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