Not able to find curator yml elasticsearch-curator in linux

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Official site of elasticsearch says the default config file exists in /home/username/.curator/curator.yml

But I couldn’t find this folder. Also, I tried creating curator.yml and give path using --config option. But, it gives an error

curator --config ./curator.yml    
Error: no such option: --config

Installation was done using apt

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install elasticsearch-curator

Someone help me create a config file…

Jul 20, 2018 in DevOps on Cloud by Hannah
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recategorized Nov 12, 2018 by Priyaj 714 views

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The documentation does not say that the default config file exists in /home/username/.curator/curator.yml

It says If --config and CONFIG.YML are not provided, Curator will look in ~/.curator/curator.yml for the configuration file.

The file must be created by the end user.

Also, if you installed via:

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install elasticsearch-curator

but did not add the official Elastic repository for Curator, then you installed an older version. Please check which version you are running with:

$ curator --version
curator, version 5.4.1

If you do not see the current version then you do not have the appropriate repository installed.

answered Jul 20, 2018 by Kalgi
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