DevOps Classroom Series – 15/Apr/2021

Installing kibana

  • First lets install kibana on our windows system
  • Refer Here for the steps
  • unzip kibana and start kibana by executing bin\kibana.bat Preview
  • To install kibana on the centos instance Refer Here
  • To install kibana on the ubuntu instance Refer Here
  • When we install elastic search we will have configuration files
    • elastic search => /etc/elasticsearch
    • kibana => /etc/kibana
  • The major configuration file for elastic search is elasticsearch.yml (/etc/elasticsearch/elasticsearch.yml)
  • The major configuration file for kibana is kibana.yml (/etc/kibana/kibana.yml)

Configuring elastic search and kibana

  • Configure the network of elastic search to use private ip address of the machine
  • Once the configuration is done the execute the following commands
sudo systemctl daemon-reload
sudo systemctl enable elasticsearch.service
sudo systemctl start elasticsearch.service
sudo systemctl status elasticsearch.service
  • Centos node Preview Preview
  • Ubuntu Node Preview Preview
  • Now lets configure kibana
  • In kibana’s configuration we need to specify elastic search ip address
sudo systemctl daemon-reload
sudo systemctl enable kibana.service
sudo systemctl start kibana.service
sudo systemctl status kibana.service
  • On ubuntu Preview
  • To understand settings of yaml file Refer Here

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