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Implemented Elastic search status and statistics please

digitalpoint

Well-known member
#4
Really you would want to monitor it just like any other service on your server (like MySQL, memcached, web server, etc.)

I've never had it crash on me though... My install has handled ~13.9M queries since the daemon started up.

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...which you can see from the node detail was on June 3.

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Slavik

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#7
Thanks but I didn't understand a word of that. The guys who wrote that assume a certain level of knowledge which I don't have. I don't even know what a cluster is, and don't really care to be honest. I just want the car to work. I don't care how it works.
Its basically a dashboard of everything for ES :)
 

xf_phantom

Well-known member
#8
http://www.elasticsearch.com/marvel
Sexy UI, but IMO too big and too expensive...

Free alternatives:
Health and Performance Monitoring
  • bigdesk: Live charts and statistics for elasticsearch cluster.
  • paramedic: Live charts with cluster stats and indices/shards information.
  • ElasticSearchHQ: Free cluster health monitoring tool
  • SPM for ElasticSearch: Performance monitoring with live charts showing cluster and node stats, integrated alerts, email reports, etc.
  • check-es: Nagios/Shinken plugins for checking on elasticsearch
  • check_elasticsearch: An ElasticSearch availability and performance monitoring plugin for Nagios.
  • opsview-elasticsearch: Opsview plugin written in Perl for monitoring ElasticSearch
  • SegmentSpy: Plugin to watch Lucene segment merges across your cluster

Source: http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/clients
 

Moshe1010

Well-known member
#9
http://www.elasticsearch.com/marvel
Sexy UI, but IMO too big and too expensive...

Free alternatives:
Health and Performance Monitoring
  • bigdesk: Live charts and statistics for elasticsearch cluster.
  • paramedic: Live charts with cluster stats and indices/shards information.
  • ElasticSearchHQ: Free cluster health monitoring tool
  • SPM for ElasticSearch: Performance monitoring with live charts showing cluster and node stats, integrated alerts, email reports, etc.
  • check-es: Nagios/Shinken plugins for checking on elasticsearch
  • check_elasticsearch: An ElasticSearch availability and performance monitoring plugin for Nagios.
  • opsview-elasticsearch: Opsview plugin written in Perl for monitoring ElasticSearch
  • SegmentSpy: Plugin to watch Lucene segment merges across your cluster

Source: http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/clients
Where do you see the cost?