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Using Kopf with Bonsai


Bonsai supports the [elasticsearch-kopf](https://github.com/lmenezes/elasticsearch-kopf) web interface. Setting it up is fairly simple. Just jump to the appropriate section in this guide. ## Using OS X with Pow From a terminal, run: ``` mkdir -p ~/.pow/kopf/public git clone git://github.com/lmenezes/elasticsearch-kopf.git ~/.pow/kopf/public ``` Navigate your browser to `http://kopf.dev`. You should see the kopf dashboard. Click on the plug icon in the upper right and enter your bonsai.io cluster URL. ## Using Grunt From a terminal: ``` git clone git://github.com/lmenezes/elasticsearch-kopf.git cd elasticsearch-kopf git checkout master npm install grunt server ``` You should now be able to access the Kopf dashboard from `http://localhost:9000/`. Click on the plug icon in the upper right and enter your bonsai.io cluster URL. ## 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. From a terminal: ``` cd <PUBLIC_HTML> # The root directory of your HTTP server git clone git://github.com/lmenezes/elasticsearch-kopf.git cd elasticsearch-kopf git checkout master ``` Open up your browser to `http://localhost:80/elasticsearch-kopf/` and you should see the Kopf dashboard. Click on the plug icon in the upper right and enter your bonsai.io cluster URL. ## Further reading **Kopf documentation:** * [README](https://github.com/lmenezes/elasticsearch-kopf)