After you modify the configuration of or perform other operations on a Logstash cluster or node, you may need to restart it to make the changes take effect. This topic describes how to restart a Logstash cluster or node in the Elasticsearch console.

Prerequisites

The cluster is in the Active state (indicated by the color green), and resource usage is not high.
Note You can view the resource usage on the Cloud product charts page in the CloudMonitor console. This page may display the following metrics for the cluster: Node Disk Usage, Node Heap Memory Usage, Node CPU Usage, and Node 1m Load. For more information about how to view the resource usage, see Configure a custom alert policy.

Restart a Logstash cluster or node

You can restart a cluster or node based on your business requirements. A cluster restart refers to the restart of all nodes in a cluster. A node restart refers to the restart of a single node in a cluster. The precautions and operations for a Logstash cluster or node restart are similar to those of an Elasticsearch cluster or node restart. For more information, see Restart a cluster or node.

References

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