Difference between 2.3.2 and 2.3.5?


(Stéphane Lapierre) #1

Last Friday, Oracle delivered Elasticsearch for PeopleSoft.
They deliver a package with release 2.3.2.

I don't want to install it and would like to run Elastic Cloud instead but it is 2.3.5 ...

any one knows difference between 2.3.2 and 2.3.5 ?
they delivered a custom plugin in 2.3.2 will it work in 2.3.5 or higher version ?
Thanks a lot.

Stéphane.


(Jason Tedor) #2

You can look at the release notes for 2.3.3, 2.3.4 and 2.3.5. You'll note that these are bug fixes as that's how we handle patch releases in the Elastic stack.

In 2.x, plugins must be built against specific versions of Elasticsearch.


(Stéphane Lapierre) #3

so I can't instal 2.3.2 plugin on 2.3.5 Elastic Cloud instance :frowning:


(Jason Tedor) #4

If the plugin.descriptor for the plugin does not say elasticsearch.version=2.3.5, then no.


(Stéphane Lapierre) #5

@jasontedor
in fact deliverd 4 plugins:

  1. orcl-acl-plugins
  2. orcl-autehntiation-plugin
  3. orcl-crawl-plugin
  4. orcl-ssl-plugin

and they both have : elasticsearch.version=2.3.2 in plugin-descriptor.properties

So I need to go back to them to deliver at least a 2.3.5 ? but 5.0.0 would be better no ?

Stéphane.


(Christian Dahlqvist) #6

I don't think you will be able to install these plugins in Elastic Cloud as they, based on the names, contain functionality around security and crawling.


(system) #7