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Elasticsearch is Working

Nirjonadda

Active member
#4
The Elastic Search log will be the best thing to check in the first instance.
Does Elasticsearch work with ConfigServer Security & Firewall? On my hand Elasticsearch work if Disabled ConfigServer Security & Firewall but i Allow incoming TCP ports 9200,9300 but still are not work.
 

Slavik

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#7
Does Elasticsearch work with ConfigServer Security & Firewall? On my hand Elasticsearch work if Disabled ConfigServer Security & Firewall but i Allow incoming TCP ports 9200,9300 but still are not work.
You have a misconfiguration then.
 
#11
Did you resolve this? I'm having the same problem.

Time: Mon Jun 27 21:25:28 2016 -0400
File: /tmp/jna--1985354563/jna1167069209280915558.tmp
Reason: Linux Binary
Owner: elasticsearch:elasticsearch (987:984)
Action: No action taken
 
#12
A little update. I fixed the constant suspicious file alerts by ignoring the whole directory.

I added the following to csf.fignore
/tmp/jna\-\-1985354563/

I'm not sure if it's the best solution, but I think the alerts were false positives.