Info API

The info API provides general information on the installed X-Pack. This information includes:

  • Build Information - including the build number and timestamp.
  • License Information - basic information about the currently installed license.
  • Features Information - The features that are currently enabled and available under the current license.

The following example queries the info API:

GET /_xpack

Example response:

{
   "build" : {
      "hash" : "2798b1a3ce779b3611bb53a0082d4d741e4d3168",
      "date" : "2015-04-07T13:34:42Z"
   },
   "license" : {
      "uid" : "893361dc-9749-4997-93cb-802e3dofh7aa",
      "type" : "trial",
      "mode" : "trial",
      "status" : "active",
      "expiry_date_in_millis" : 1914278399999
   },
   "features" : {
      "graph" : {
         "description" : "Graph Data Exploration for the Elastic Stack",
         "available" : true,
         "enabled" : true
      },
      "logstash" : {
         "description" : "Logstash management component for X-Pack",
         "available" : true,
         "enabled" : true
      },
      "ml" : {
         "description" : "Machine Learning for the Elastic Stack",
         "available" : true,
         "enabled" : true,
         "native_code_info" : {
           "version" : "6.0.0-alpha1-SNAPSHOT",
           "build_hash" : "d081461967d61a"
        }
      },
      "monitoring" : {
         "description" : "Monitoring for the Elastic Stack",
         "available" : true,
         "enabled" : true
      },
      "security" : {
         "description" : "Security for the Elastic Stack",
         "available" : true,
         "enabled" : true
      },
      "watcher" : {
         "description" : "Alerting, Notification and Automation for the Elastic Stack",
         "available" : true,
         "enabled" : true
      }
   },
   "tagline" : "You know, for X"
}

You can also control what information is returned using the categories and human parameters.

The following example only returns the build and features information:

GET /_xpack?categories=build,features

The following example removes the descriptions from the response:

GET /_xpack?human=false