It is time to say goodbye: This version of Elastic Cloud Enterprise has reached end-of-life (EOL) and is no longer supported.
The documentation for this version is no longer being maintained. If you are running this version, we strongly advise you to upgrade. For the latest information, see the current release documentation.
bash elastic-cloud-enterprise.sh add-stack-version — Make a new Elastic Stack version available
bash elastic-cloud-enterprise.sh add-stack-version [--host-docker-host "PATH_NAME/docker.sock"] [--secrets PATH_TO_SECRETS_FILE] [--pass PASSWORD] [--user USER_NAME] [--version X.Y.Z] [[--]help]
To run this script, a user must be part of the
docker group. The host that you run this script on must be a part of an existing Elastic Cloud Enterprise installation.
Downloads and adds a new Elastic Stack version from Elastic and makes it available on your Elastic Cloud Enterprise installation.
- Specifies the location of the Docker socket used to communicate with the Docker daemon. Defaults to /var/run/docker.sock.
Specifies a path to a file with secrets. If not specified, attempts to use
HOST_STORAGE_PATHis the host storage path used by the Elastic Cloud Enterprise installation.
Specifies the user whose password is changed. Defaults to
- Specifies a new password for the user specified. Defaults to generating a new strong password.
- --version X.Y.Z
Specifies a supported Elastic Stack version, where
Zis the major version,
Yis the minor version, and
Zis the patch level (
5.4.0, for example).
Add the Elastic Stack version 5.4.0 to an existing Elastic Cloud Enterprise installation:
bash elastic-cloud-enterprise.sh add-stack-version --version 5.4.0 --user root --pass pGX5DwKzVAAIeCIpTwwAkCuJDu0ASdFP33UmYpfogfF