0.19.RC1 and Plugins


(Paul Smith) #1

Heya,

I have an Jenkins automated build that on commit of a new ES version #
automatically downloads and builds RPM's for use in our environment. I
went to update to 0.19.RC1 but got a failure because the plugins located
here:

http://elasticsearch.googlecode.com/svn/plugins/river-*

Do not have a matching 0.19.RC1 build. This has been working in the past
since 0.17 land. Is this a change in 19 to not update these plugins at the
same time. ? (if so I'll amend the script), but just checking.

tah,

Paul Smith


(Shay Banon) #2

Plugins have moved to their own repo, so you need to explicitly install them (from github), with the respective version they are at. For example, the cloud-aws plugin is located at: https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-cloud-aws, and you install it with:

bin/plugin -install elasticsearch/elasticsearch-cloud-aws/1.3.0

On Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at 1:34 AM, Paul Smith wrote:

Heya,

I have an Jenkins automated build that on commit of a new ES version # automatically downloads and builds RPM's for use in our environment. I went to update to 0.19.RC1 but got a failure because the plugins located here:

http://elasticsearch.googlecode.com/svn/plugins/river-*

Do not have a matching 0.19.RC1 build. This has been working in the past since 0.17 land. Is this a change in 19 to not update these plugins at the same time. ? (if so I'll amend the script), but just checking.

tah,

Paul Smith


(Barsk) #3

Shay Banon skrev 2012-02-08 00:37:

Plugins have moved to their own repo, so you need to explicitly
install them (from github), with the respective version they are at.
For example, the cloud-aws plugin is located at:
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-cloud-aws, and you
install it with:

bin/plugin -install elasticsearch/elasticsearch-cloud-aws/1.3.0

How do you know which plugin version goes with which ES version?

/Kristian


(Shay Banon) #4

Each plugin on the elasticsearch github org includes a table showing which version works with what. I recommend for other plugins to do the same. Here is a sample: https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-cloud-aws.

On Monday, February 13, 2012 at 2:54 PM, Kristian Jörg wrote:

Shay Banon skrev 2012-02-08 00:37:

Plugins have moved to their own repo, so you need to explicitly
install them (from github), with the respective version they are at.
For example, the cloud-aws plugin is located at:
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-cloud-aws, and you
install it with:

bin/plugin -install elasticsearch/elasticsearch-cloud-aws/1.3.0

How do you know which plugin version goes with which ES version?

/Kristian


(derrickburns) #5

Would you be willing to share (open source) the Jenkins code that is not
confidential or specific to your application?


(system) #6