cerebro is an open source(MIT License) elasticsearch web admin tool built using Scala, Play Framework, AngularJS and Bootstrap.
cerebro needs Java 11 or newer to run.
You can install
choco install cerebro-es
Package creates windows service
cerebro. Access on http://localhost:9000
You can find the official docker images in the official docker hub repo.
Visit cerebro-docker for further information.
You can run cerebro listening on a different host and port(defaults to 0.0.0.0:9000):
bin/cerebro -Dhttp.port=1234 -Dhttp.address=127.0.0.1
LDAP can be configured using environment variables. If you typically run cerebro using docker, you can pass a file with all the env vars. The file would look like:
# Set it to ldap to activate ldap authorization AUTH_TYPE=ldap
Your ldap url
Usually method should be "simple" otherwise, set it to the SASL mechanisms
user-template executes a string.format() operation where
username is passed in first, followed by base-dn. Some examples
- %s => leave user untouched
- %[email protected] => append "@domain.com" to username
- uid=%s,%s => usual case of OpenLDAP
User identifier that can perform searches
[email protected] LDAP_BIND_PWD=adminpass
Group membership settings (optional)
If left unset LDAP_BASE_DN will be used
Attribute that represent the user, for example uid or mail
If left unset LDAP_USER_TEMPLATE will be used
Filter that tests membership of the group. If this property is empty then there is no group membership check
AD example => memberOf=CN=mygroup,ou=ouofthegroup,DC=domain,DC=com
OpenLDAP example => CN=mygroup
You can the pass this file as argument using:
docker run -p 9000:9000 --env-file env-ldap lmenezes/cerebro
There are some examples of configuration in the examples folder.
Other settings are exposed through the conf/application.conf file found on the application directory.
It is also possible to use an alternate configuration file defined on a different location: