Configuration Settings of Elasticsearch Before Installing In Linux
If you face some issues in installing the Elasticsearch in Linux and getting Elasticsearch service failed. You need to make Configuration Settings of Elasticsearch file.
I will tell you what you need to do. It’s very important to make these changes. If you’re facing issues in Starting Elasticsearch Service. so
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Check Permission on Elasticsearch so
ls -ld /etc/elasticsearch
Let’s begin with Elasticsearch.yml file so
Go to vim /etc/elasticsearch/elasticsearch.yml
1. You need to define a Cluster name so
2. Define a descriptive name for the node:
3. Path to directory where to store the data
I didn’t change it. If you want, You can define a location.
4. Lock the memory on startup:
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5. Set the bind address to a specific IP
6. Set a custom port for HTTP:
Go to vim /etc/sysconfig/elasticsearch
You may change this location. I’m using the same location which is defined by default.
1. Elasticsearch home directory
2. Elasticsearch configuration directory
3. Elasticsearch data directory
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4. Elasticsearch logs directory
4. Elasticsearch PID directory
5. Set ES_HEAP_SIZE to 50% of available RAM, but no more than 31g
6. You may also uncomment these lines
7. Specifies the maximum file descriptor number that can be opened by this process
8. The maximum number of bytes of memory that may be locked into RAM
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9. Maximum number of VMA (Virtual Memory Areas) a process
These settings are mandatory if you want to install Elasticsearch otherwise Service won’t work.