How to install Search Guard in Centos

Hi Everyone,

I’m new to centOS. I have been using the following below URL to install Elastic Search

https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/setup-repositories.html

I was getting the below error when I do install search guard using the following command

/etc/elasticsearch/plugins install -b com.floragunn/search-guard-ssl/2.4.0.16

Error:

bash: /etc/elasticsearch/plugins: Is a directory?

I tried various ways, In the first step within the root directory->Plugins folder. I’ve used the below command

cd /etc/searchguard/plugins

install -b com.floragunn/search-guard-ssl/2.4.0.16

Error:

sudo: /etc/elasticsearch/plugins: command not found

Please help me to install search guard in the stage environment.

Thanks,

Sathish Thangathurai

You need a zip file, so …

/etc/elasticsearch/plugins install -b com.floragunn/search-guard-ssl/2.4.0.16/som_file.zip

Chris

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On Monday, September 26, 2016 at 5:34:41 AM UTC-4, Sathish Thangathurai wrote:

Hi Everyone,

I’m new to centOS. I have been using the following below URL to install Elastic Search

https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/setup-repositories.html

I was getting the below error when I do install search guard using the following command

/etc/elasticsearch/plugins install -b com.floragunn/search-guard-ssl/2.4.0.16

Error:

bash: /etc/elasticsearch/plugins: Is a directory?

I tried various ways, In the first step within the root directory->Plugins folder. I’ve used the below command

cd /etc/searchguard/plugins

install -b com.floragunn/search-guard-ssl/2.4.0.16

Error:

sudo: /etc/elasticsearch/plugins: command not found

Please help me to install search guard in the stage environment.

Thanks,

Sathish Thangathurai