Monthly Archives: November 2016

How do I find ElasticSearch path to install plugins?

This is for new ElasticSearch user.

If you have installed elastic search and unable to install plugins, here are the easy steps.

1. Type this command

elasticsearch-plugin

Locate your home directory ( Look for Settings -> Path -> Home for value )
2. Go to Location (Example on the picture above)

How to test –

Open this URL

http://localhost:9200/_plugin/head/

If you see this, your plugin is working.
phpmind-elasticsearch-head-plugin

similarly, you can install other plugins –

About BigDesk Plugin phpmind-elasticsearch-bigdesk-plugin

How to test – http://localhost:9200/_plugin/bigdesk/

phpmind-elasticsearch-bigdesk-plugin-test

kopf is a simple web administration tool for elasticsearch written in JavaScript + AngularJS + jQuery + Twitter bootstrap

How to install –

<pre>sudo bin/plugin install https://github.com/lukas-vlcek/bigdesk/archive/master.zip</pre>

phpmind-elasticsearch-kopf-plugin

 

How to test –  http://localhost:9200/_plugin/kopf

phpmind-elasticsearch-kopf-plugin-test

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How to access external data from Kibana Plugin?

phpmind-kibana-image

To make AJAX call from Kibana Visualization to external web service.

There are two separate headers that are necessary here: access-control-allow-origin and access-control-allow-headers. You’re currently setting access-control-allow-origin but I don’t see anywhere you’re setting access-control-allow-headers.

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