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Using ElasticHQ with Bonsai


Bonsai supports the [ElasticHQ](https://github.com/royrusso/elasticsearch-HQ) monitoring and management interface. Jump ahead to the section relevant to you: ## Using OS X with Pow ```bash $ mkdir -p ~/.pow/elastichq $ git clone git@github.com:royrusso/elasticsearch-HQ.git ~/.pow/elastichq/public ``` Navigate your browser to [http://elastichq.dev/](http://elastichq.dev). You should see the ElasticHQ dashboard. Enter your Bonsai cluster URL in the field for the cluster location and click on "Connect." The dashboard will bring up information about your cluster. ## Using Grunt ```bash $ git clone git@github.com:royrusso/elasticsearch-HQ.git $ cd elasticsearch-HQ $ git checkout master $ npm install $ grunt server ``` You should see the ElasticHQ dashboard at `http://localhost:9000/`. Enter your bonsai.io cluster URL in the field for the cluster location and click on "Connect." The dashboard will bring up information about your cluster. ## Using Apache First, make sure Apache is running. Typically this means you can access a directory via your browser at `http://localhost:80/`. Your install may be different, so use whatever URL/folder is appropriate for you. ```bash $ cd <PUBLIC_HTML> # The root directory of your HTTP server $ git@github.com:royrusso/elasticsearch-HQ.git $ cd elasticsearch-HQ/ $ git checkout master ``` Open up your browser to `http://localhost:80/elasticsearch-HQ/` and you should see the ElasticHQ dashboard. Enter your bonsai.io cluster URL in the field for the cluster location and click on "Connect." The dashboard will bring up information about your cluster. ## Further reading **Elasticsearch-HQ documentation:** * [README](https://github.com/royrusso/elasticsearch-HQ)