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To troubleshoot Elasticsearch log “Transport profile configured without a name. skipping profile with settings” it’s important to know common problems related to Elasticsearch concepts: netty. See below-detailed explanations complete with common problems, examples and useful tips.


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Log Context

Log ”Transport profile configured without a name. skipping profile with settings” classname is NettyTransport.java
We have extracted the following from Elasticsearch source code to get an in-depth context :

<pre class="wp-block-syntaxhighlighter-code">                 for (Map.Entry<String; Settings> entry : profiles.entrySet()) {
                    Settings profileSettings = entry.getValue();
                    String name = entry.getKey();

                    if (!Strings.hasLength(name)) {
                        logger.info("transport profile configured without a name. skipping profile with settings [{}]"; profileSettings.toDelimitedString(';'));
                        continue;
                    } else if (DEFAULT_PROFILE.equals(name)) {
                        profileSettings = settingsBuilder()
                                .put(profileSettings)
                                .put("port"; profileSettings.get("port"; this.settings.get("transport.tcp.port"; DEFAULT_PORT_RANGE)))




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