The Application Logs provide a chronological record of events and errors within the system.
Each log entry consists of the following components:
- Date: The timestamp when the log entry was recorded.
- Source: The origin of the log entry. Ex:
- Type: The nature of the log, which currently shows as
ERRORfor all entries.
- Preview: A brief snippet indicating the nature of the log entry, often containing the name of the method or operation that triggered the log entry.
The errors provided in the logs suggest a few possible recurring issues:
- Index Property Retrieval: Repeated
ElasticsearchResource.getIndexPropertieserrors may indicate problems accessing index configuration details.
- Index Existence Check: Frequent
ElasticsearchService.indexExisterrors could signify attempts to access non-existent indices or issues with index creation.
- Cluster Status Issues: The
ElasticsearchResource.getClusterStatuserror points towards potential issues with the Elasticsearch cluster health.
- Space Management: The
ElasticsearchService.preventSystemCrashBySpacelog suggests there are automated measures to handle low disk space conditions.
- Analyze the Errors: Review the error details to diagnose the underlying problems.
- Resource Availability: Confirm that the Elasticsearch cluster has sufficient resources and is configured correctly.
- Space Management: Monitor disk space and ensure there are appropriate measures to handle space-related issues.
- Search for Patterns: Look for timing patterns that might correlate with scheduled tasks or system load.
- Review Changes: Audit any recent changes to system configurations or deployments.
- Monitoring and Alerts: Implement or update monitoring and alerting strategies to proactively address these errors.