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Write and run Lucene queries, and show Elasticsearch logs alongside the rest of your content.
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Setup

In order to enable Elasticsearch Provider in Fiberplane you need to either add it via direct access (for an openly accessible URL) or add it as a valid entry in the data_source.yaml configuration.
The data_sources.yaml format for adding a Elasticsearch Provider looks like this:
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# data_sources.yaml # # Replace the following line with the name of the data source - name: elasticsearch-dev description: Elasticsearch (Dev) providerType: elasticsearch config: # Replace the following line with your Elasticsearch URL (including Basic Auth) url: http://username:password@elasticsearch:9200 # If accessing your Elasticsearch data source requires an API key - add it here token: <ApiKey>

Usage

Create an Elasticsearch table

  1. Hit / and select “Elasticsearch” from the available options
  1. Write a Lucene query you want to run to pull Elasticsearch logs.
  1. Hit CTRL + ENTER or ⌘↩︎ if you’re on a Mac to run it.

Chart time range

By default, the query will follow the Notebook time range (configured at the top of the Notebook) so all of your charts in a notebook use the same time range. As you change the Notebook time range it will update all of your charts automatically.
You can also set a chart-specific time range overrides by clicking the link icon at the top of the chart.
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Expand, select, highlight, and export records

Once logs are loaded you can:
  • Expand to show them in a more readable view;
  • Select interesting records;
  • Highlight them for the rest of your team;
  • Export them into a separate table so they are archived and do not get affected by time range changes in the notebook.

Add columns

By default, the logs output shows in a full document body output. However, you can configure this to show only the fields you select. Click + Add columns and select or unselect the fields you want to see/hide. The selected fields will show as columns in a horizontal view.

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