Howdy all. I just upgraded from Graylog 3.x to 4.0 and also ElasticSearch 6.8 to 7.10.
I’m trying to squash bugs, and I noticed that my deprecation log is almost 1GB in size and the below messages are being spammed like crazy. All the same two messages below, but I’m getting them 10-15 times per second.
Does ANYONE have any idea how I could troubleshoot this further? I really have no idea what’s going on and google searching hasn’t pulled up anything useful, except that the ELK documentation states the below is alerting me to something that needs to be changed. It doesn’t say what, and it doesn’t say how to find it.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
[2020-12-23T23:56:48,477][DEPRECATION][o.e.d.c.m.IndexNameExpressionResolver] [app01] this request accesses system indices: [.apm-agent-configuration, .apm-custom-link, .kibana_1, .kibana_2, .kibana_task_manager_1, .kibana_task_manager_2, .tasks], but in a future major version, direct access to system indices will be prevented by default [2020-12-23T23:56:48,477][DEPRECATION][o.e.d.a.a.i.a.g.TransportGetAliasesAction] [app01] this request accesses system indices: [.kibana_2, .kibana_1, .apm-agent-configuration, .kibana_task_manager_1, .tasks, .apm-custom-link, .kibana_task_manager_2], but in a future major version, direct access to system indices will be prevented by default