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Elasticsearch stack documentation

You can enable Elasticsearch plugins by listing them via the environment variable $ES_PLUGINS_INSTALL separated by comma.

Open source version

Since version 6.3 we install OSS version of Elasticsearch and Kibana. In older version we disable x-pack plugin by default.

Elasticsearch and Kibana can be configured via environment variables:

Changelog

This changelog is for Elasticsearch stack on Wodby, to see images changes see tags description on repository page: elasticsearch and kibana.

2.2.3

Elasticsearch and Kibana updates: 7.1.1, 6.8.0

2.2.2

  • Added new latest version 7.0
  • Version 5.6 dropped (EOL)
  • Updated to 6.7.2
  • ES bugfix: multiple plugins installation failed https://github.com/wodby/elasticsearch/issues/1
  • Added a few $KIBANA_ env vars for basic configuration
  • Base OS Alpine Linux updated to 3.9.4

2.2.1

  • Elasticsearch and Kibana updated to 6.7.1
  • Alpine Linux updated to 3.9.3

2.2.0

  • Elasticsearch
    • Updated to 5.6.16
    • Added new version 6.7
    • Dropped all versions except latest 6.x and 5.x
    • Base image changed from wodby/openjdk to wodby/alpine
  • Kibana:
    • Updated to 5.6.16
    • Added new version 6.7
    • Dropped all versions except latest 6.x and 5.x
    • Base image changed from wodby/openjdk to node
    • We now use a specific node version requested by Kibana
    • Bugfix: Kibana 5.6 failed to start https://github.com/wodby/kibana/issues/1

2.1.4

Elasticsearch updated to 5.6.15

2.1.3

Elasticsearch and Kibana patch updates: 5.6.14

2.1.2

Elasticsearch and Kibana patch updates: 5.6.13

2.1.1

Elasticsearch and Kibana patch updates: 5.6.12

2.1.0

  • Rebased to Alpine Linux 3.8 with OpenJDK 8.171.11 (JRE)
  • Added new versions 6.3 for ES and Kibana
  • For version 6.3+ we now install OSS version of ES and Kibana (without x-pack)
  • Kibana and ES patch updates: 5.6.11

2.0.1

2.0.0

1.0.1

Make elasticsearch accessible from the outside.

1.0.0

Initial release