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Hung up during Graylog installation

February 23, 2017 530 views
Logging CentOS

I've made it successfully through most of the instructions to install Graylog on Centos 7 but when I get to this step the browser gives the error: 104.236.137.61 refused to connect.

Here's the part of the instructions I was following, replacing my droplet's IP address for the placeholder: http://graylog_public_IP:9000/

I'm not sure if this would affect it or not but I do have Nginx and ghost installed on this machine with two virtual hosts, one using ghost and other just ordinary /var/www/html with HTML files and so on. I'm not sure if that's relevant to this situation or not.

3 comments
  • Just to clarify, you're talking about this guide?
    https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-graylog-1-x-on-centos-7
    Have you opened the firewall to allow port 9000 ?

    In this tutorial, we will cover how to install Graylog v1.3.x (sometimes referred to as Graylog2) on CentOS 7, and configure it to gather the syslogs of your systems in a centralized location. Graylog is a powerful log management and analysis tool that has many use cases, from monitoring SSH logins and unusual activity to debugging applications. It is based on Elasticsearch, Java, and MongoDB.
  • Yes, those instructions and no I didn't touch the firewall. I'm sure that's it. Thank you!!

  • I wanted to mark yours as the accepted answer but it looks like it was a comment. If you enter something into an answer I'll mark it as accepted. If I were in your shoes I'd totally be wracking up answer points for fun. :-)

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Of course, that worked! Thank you.

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