Debug Rest Plugin

Hi

I created a plugin, I'm able to create the zip, install it in my cluster,
etc.
My problem comes if I want to debug from Eclipse having access to the
current data in my cluster.
To do that the easiest way should be make the "debug node" part of my
cluster.

When I run the java application in Eclipse it launches a new elasticsearch
node but it uses the generic cluster name "elasticsearch", as my cluster
have a different name the discovery functionality is not activated.

Is there a way to specify elasticsearch config parameters (i.e. the
parameter you usually add in elasticsearch.yml) when you debug the java app
in your ide?

Thanks!!

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When I want to debug a plugin, I often run the org.elasticsearch.bootstrap.Bootstrap class.
And I pass something like

-Des.foreground=true -Des.http.cors.enabled=true -Dhttp.cors.allow-origin=/.*/ -Dhttp.cors.allow-credentials=true -Des.path.conf=/path/to/your/config/dir/

/path/to/your/config/dir/ contains logging.yml and elasticsearch.yml

HTH

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Le 31 mars 2015 à 18:10, María Carolina Bessega Lodi cbessega@gmail.com a écrit :

Hi

I created a plugin, I'm able to create the zip, install it in my cluster, etc.
My problem comes if I want to debug from Eclipse having access to the current data in my cluster.
To do that the easiest way should be make the "debug node" part of my cluster.

When I run the java application in Eclipse it launches a new elasticsearch node but it uses the generic cluster name "elasticsearch", as my cluster have a different name the discovery functionality is not activated.

Is there a way to specify elasticsearch config parameters (i.e. the parameter you usually add in elasticsearch.yml) when you debug the java app in your ide?

Thanks!!

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Thank you David! It worked :slight_smile:

El martes, 31 de marzo de 2015, 12:13:23 (UTC-4), David Pilato escribió:

When I want to debug a plugin, I often run the
org.elasticsearch.bootstrap.Bootstrap class.
And I pass something like

-Des.foreground=true -Des.http.cors.enabled=true
-Dhttp.cors.allow-origin=/.*/ -Dhttp.cors.allow-credentials=true
-Des.path.conf=/path/to/your/config/dir/

/path/to/your/config/dir/ contains logging.yml and elasticsearch.yml

HTH

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Le 31 mars 2015 à 18:10, María Carolina Bessega Lodi <cbes...@gmail.com
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Hi

I created a plugin, I'm able to create the zip, install it in my cluster,
etc.
My problem comes if I want to debug from Eclipse having access to the
current data in my cluster.
To do that the easiest way should be make the "debug node" part of my
cluster.

When I run the java application in Eclipse it launches a new elasticsearch
node but it uses the generic cluster name "elasticsearch", as my cluster
have a different name the discovery functionality is not activated.

Is there a way to specify elasticsearch config parameters (i.e. the
parameter you usually add in elasticsearch.yml) when you debug the java app
in your ide?

Thanks!!

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