This tutorial explains how to set up and configure elastic search in MacOS.
Install and setup ElasticSearch on MacOS
There are multiple ways we can install elastic search on MACOS.
- using homebrew
First, update the brew repository to the latest.
brew tap elastic/tap
Once the homebrew repository is updated, Run the below command to install
brew install elastic/tap/elasticsearch-full
Once installed, ElasticSearch is ready to start.
How to Start/stop/restart Elastic Search in Mac OS?
brew services command used to start/stop elastic search command start used to start the es service
brew services start elasticsearch-full
brew services stop elasticsearch-full
brew services restart elasticsearch-full
How to check If elastic Search services is running or not on Mac
ps command used to find process information.
ps ax | grep elasticsearch
List out all processes.
Following command gives services status if Elastic search install as a service with the Brew command.
brew services list
Install and setup Kibana on MACOS
Run the below command, to install Kibana with the brew command.
brew install elastic/tap/kibana-full
Once installed, Run the following command to start the service.
To run kibana as a background service
brew services start elastic/tap/kibana-full or brew services start kibana-full
Run the below command to run without background service.
kibana service started the server with default port 5601
To stop the kibana service
brew services stop elastic/tap/kibana-full or brew services stop kibana-full
To restart the kibana service
brew services restart elastic/tap/kibana-full or brew services restart kibana-full
Once installation is complete, Kibana is started and ready to access it.