FYI, I am also posting this on SO.
I'm really not sure where the issue lies with this problem, whether
it's a Nutch problem, Kibana or Elasticsearch. I'm using Nutch 2.3,
HBase 0.94.14 and Elasticsearch 1.6 with Kibana 4.1.0 to crawl, archive
I primarily followed the following tutorial, with the only exception
being the upgrade to ES 1.6 from the tutorial's version of 1.4 (which I
am now wondering if that's a problem).
Following this tutorial, I am using the /bin/nutch script.
Most everything works; Nutch follows my seed URL's, HBase stores the
downloads and Elasticsearch seems to be indexing the content, however I
can't get Kibana to visualize the content coming from Nutch. Kibana
recognizes the index and its fields, however shows no content. I've
loaded the index in Kibana with and without time-based events to no avail.
I have other indexes and 'types' in that Elasticsearch instance which
Kibana can visualize AND I can query Elasticsearch with cURL and get the
nutch results just fine, I just can't get Kibana to visualize the
specific content from Nutch.
I've tried two different ES + Kibana setups and just redirected the
Nutch indexing output and am having the same problem on both. I have
also tried deleting the index and starting over, creating the index
first and then running 'nutch index -all' and trying a clean
Elasticsearch / Kibana install.
My guess is there is something about the different in the ES version,
though if there were a problem with that, wouldn't the Transport Client
simply fail on inserting?
Any help would be appreciated, do I need to upgrade the Indexer to
match the Elasticsearch version?
Brooks Isoldi, Software Developer
7164 Columbia Gateway Drive, Suite 120A
Columbia, MD 21046