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If access to your Elasticsearch instance is protected by SSL encryption, you
may use the
--ssl-no-validate flag to disable SSL certificate verification.
Valid use cases for this flag include the use of self-signed certificates that cannot be otherwise verified and would generate error messages.
The use of this flag will likely result in a warning message that your SSL certificates are not trusted. This is expected behavior.
--ssl-no-validateDo not validate SSL certificate
This flag must come before any command.
Connect to a cluster at
https://example.com/ via SSL but do not verify the
curator --host example.com --port 443 --use_ssl --ssl-no-validate <<command>> <<flags>>
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