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How to get the elastic stack-docker running on a laptop?

https://github.com/elastic/stack-docker Running docker-compose -f setup.yml up resulted in: Creating network "stack-docker_default" with the default driver Pulling setup (docker/compose:1.21.2)... 1....
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Is there one website that contains all relevant DevOps news and gets updated on a daily basis?

I am looking for some DevOps news channel like https://nos.nl/teletekst#101 that shows the headlines of the Dutch news. I am aware of https://tweakers.net/ and github.com, but this does not contain ...
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elasticsearch-fluentd helm chart on Openshift 3.11 pod failing

I install a fluentd chart on OKD 3.11 with: helm install kiwigrid/fluentd-elasticsearch \ --name fluentd \ -f ../../tools/fluentd/values.yaml \ --namespace logging The pod is created, I can enter in ...
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Fluentd forwarder in k8s behind ELB with https

I'm running Fluentd in K8s (in Rancher) from a helm chart, to act as a forwarder from applications that aren't running in k8s. My config is fairly straightforward: --- configMaps: useDefaults: ...
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What software ihandles shipping to ElasticSearch the standard output of a .NET Core web application running in a container?

I have a ballpark idea of how the ELK stack works. I read that by default, standard output is captured and that output will make its way to the Elasticsearch repository. If I post something to stdout, ...
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Sending Exceptions to Elastic Stack via REST

I am working with devs wishing to replace Exceptionless, a Real-time exception reporting tool. They wish to send the exceptions from a web app that they would previously send to Exceptionless to our ...
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Elastic Beanstalk give error Root Object doesn't exist in Jenkins

I create a Jenkins job which uploads my war file to elastic beanstalk. But when I start to build it gives error java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Root Object doesn't exist Below is my ...
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Easiest way to manage an elasticsearch cluster in GCP?

I'm trying to create my own Elasticsearch cluster to use for security analytics. I'm familiar with the function and setup of a single instance deployment, but I'm having trouble figuring out the ...
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Connecting jaeger with elasticsearch backend storage on kubernetes cluster

I have a kubernetes cluster on google cloud platform, and on it, I have a jaeger deployment via development setup of jaeger-kubernetes templates because my purpose is setup elasticsearch like backend ...
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Backing up an ephemeral Elasticsearch installation

I have an installation of Elasticsearch without persistence running and I need to back it up so we can move it to a persistent setup. What are safe ways to do this and keep the data in the ES ...
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How to monitor ELK Stack Load?

We have tried Prometheus and Grafana. Currently it is not set up on our cluster and we are tight with resources. What are the best ways to monitor load on an ELK stack? Is there anything built in?
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Executing a command in running docker swarm service

I am trying to run a Django project in docker swarm mode. The problem is I want to index the Elastic search container which needs to be run only after postgres completes the SQL dumping process (only ...
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Logstash multiple pipelines going into same index

I'm trying to set up a centralized syslog for multiple log sources. So I have a logstash that has two separate inputs and two separate outputs However for some reason the data from one of the inputs ...
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How effective is ELK than other Monitoring tools?

"ELK" is the acronym for three open source projects: Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana. Elasticsearch is a search and analytics engine. Logstash is a server‑side data processing pipeline that ...
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How to perform logging of Ansible crons in Kibana?

I have set up some crons in Ansible, and I want to log when they start, finish, and if they fail. How I could do it? I don’t know so much about Ansible.
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What can explain ElasticSearch 2.4 not accepting to create watchers via curl?

[root@elk01 ~]# curl -XPUT 'http://127.0.0.1:9200/_watcher/watch/log_error_watch' -d '{ "trigger" : { "schedule" : { "interval" : "10s" } }, "input" : { "search" : { "request" : { ...
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How good are heartbeat, elasticsearch and kibana as a monitoring/alerting solution as a replacement for Nagios?

Since we already have filebeat, metricbeat and heartbeat configured and running. I wonder if people have successfully implemented the ELK stack for actual monitoring with alerting/notifications ...
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Is it possible to load balance TLS/SSL based logstash communication to elasticsearch?

if i have filebeat -> logstash -> elasticsearch pipeline with TLS or HTTPS encryption , is it possible to load balance between 2 destination elasticsearch clusters in active-standby ? what i mean is, ...
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Data sent from Logstash via elastic output plugin not showing in Kibana, but file output plugin works fine - what am I doing wrong?

I have an "ELK stack" configuration and, at first, was doing the standard 'filebeat' syslog feeding from logstash with the elasticsearch output plugin. It worked just fine. Now I have added a TCP ...
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What are best practices for implementing and using Elastic in an organization?

At the moment there are multiple microservices that log to individual files. If there is an issue then the team is debugging like headless chickens. In order to prevent this the aim is to introduce ...
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Autorun ElasticSearch with Docker Compose

All of the tutorials online say to manually start elasticsearch as a daemon with a docker command from the command line. Is there a way to auto run it like redis, postgres and other services do from ...