To install Graph, you install two components: an Elasticsearch plugin that provides the Graph API, and a Kibana plugin that provides the interactive Graph UI.
For basic installation instructions, see Getting Started with Graph.
Graph Installation Prerequisitesedit
Graph 2.4.6 requires:
- Java 7 or later
- Elasticsearch 2.4.6
- Kibana 4.6.6
- Elasticsearch License 2.4.6 plugin
- A modern web browser - Supported Browsers
You must run the version of Graph that matches the version of Elasticsearch you are running.
Installing Graph on a DEB/RPM Package Installationedit
If you use the DEB/RPM packages to install Elasticsearch, by default Elasticsearch is installed in
/usr/share/elasticsearch and the configuration files are stored in
/etc/elasticsearch. (For the
complete list of default paths, see Directory Layout in
the Elasticsearch Reference.)
To install the License plugin and the Graph plugin on a DEB/RPM package installation, you need to run
bin/plugin install from the
/usr/share/elasticsearch directory with superuser permissions:
cd /usr/share/elasticsearch sudo bin/plugin install license sudo bin/plugin install graph
If the configuration files are not in
/etc/elasticsearch you need to specify the location of
the configuration files by including