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Nagios Log Server - Important Files And Directories

Important Files And Directories

The following KB article lists specific files and directories locations in Nagios Log Server.





This file is responsible for low-level Elasticsearch configuration.





This file can be used to set logging levels in the case that Elasticsearch needs to be debugged.




This file is responsible for high-level Elasticsearch configuration.





Debian | Ubuntu





This file is responsible for high-level Logstash configuration.





Debian | Ubuntu






This file contains the IP addresses of all known instances in the cluster, in addition to 'localhost'. If you are having issues with node visibility, this is a good file to check.





This file contains a unique string used to identify the cluster. This file should be the same across all instances in the cluster.




Final Thoughts

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