Thanks, and understood on the chart part. I actually got Kibana working
correctly by using version 4.5.2. It seems to be very touchy about the
version of elasticsearch it is connecting to, so you need to use a version
of kibana that matches your version of elasticsearch in graylog.
On Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 7:42:44 AM UTC-5, Jochen Schalanda wrote:
> Hi David,
> On Thursday, 13 October 2016 14:30:22 UTC+2, David Gerdeman wrote:
>> Is there a way to change the query used to generate a chart after it is
>> created? For example, if I want to change the source, or add to fields to
>> a chart, can that be done without having to create a new chart, or combine
>> multiple charts?
> That's currently not possible. You'll have to recreate the dashboard
> Failing that, it used to be possible to get kibana to *mostly* work with
>> graylog. I am running the latest version of graylog (2.1) and have tried
>> Kibana 4.6.1 (which doesnt support graylog's version of elasticsearch), and
>> Kibana 4.1.0 (which doesnt seem to want to talk to graylog on port 9200 or
> I don't see why Kibana 4.x wouldn't work with Elasticsearch 2.x, which is
> being used by Graylog 2.x.
> Can you be more specific about the problems you've encountered?
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