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Changing the location of Elasticsearch index data

Follow the steps below to move the log indices to a different location:
  1. Stop the EventLog Analyzer service.
  2. Open the command prompt with admin privileges.
  3. Navigate to <dir>:\ManageEngine\elasticsearch\ES\bin and execute stopES.bat.
  4. Make a backup of the <dir>:\ManageEngine\elasticsearch\ES\config\elasticsearch.yml file.
  5. In the command prompt, navigate to <dir>:\ManageEngine\elasticsearch\ES\config and execute write elasticsearch.yml.
  6. Update the and path.repo parameters with the new location, and save the file.
  7. Start EventLog Analyzer to complete the process. 
Changing location of index (ES) data

Note: For Linux local storage, use the following format:
  1. : ["/opt/ManageEngine/EventLog Analyzer/ES/data"]
  2. path.repo : ["/opt/ManageEngine/EventLog Analyzer/ES/repo"

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