How do I resolve deployment health warnings?edit

The Elasticsearch Service Deployments page shows the current status of your active deployments. From time to time you may get one or more health warnings, such as the following:

A screen capture of the deployment page showing a typical warning: Deployment health warning: Latest change to Elasticsearch configuration failed.

Seeing only one warning?

To resolve a single health warning, a recommended first step is to run a no-op (no operation) plan. This performs a rolling update on the components in your Elasticsearch Service deployment without actually applying any configuration changes. This is often all that’s needed to resolve a health warning on the UI.

To run a no-op plan:

  1. Log in to the Elasticsearch Service Console.
  2. Select a deployment.

    On the deployments page you can narrow your deployments by name, ID, or choose from several other filters. To customize your view, use a combination of filters, or change the format from a grid to a list.

  3. From your deployment menu, go to the Edit page.
  4. Select Save.

Seeing multiple warnings?

If multiple health warnings appear for one of your deployments, or if your deployment is unhealthy, we recommend Getting help through the Elastic Support Portal.

Warning about system changes

If the warning refers to a system change, check the deployment’s Activity page.