Elastic search scenarios


(Meenakshi) #1

Hi All,

I am novice to Elastic search. We had installed ES with Jetty service
for our own developing software and working on it. And we haven't get
clear idea about creating scenarios for testing the Elastic search
with 2 node, 3 node ,4 node, 5 node with 1, 2 ,3 shards based process.
If anybody knows about this, please help me out by giving your inputs
to this.

Thanks,

Meenkshi


(Meenakshi) #2

I need it very badly, but no one comes forward to solve / respond to
my query.

On Sep 22, 12:23 pm, Meenakshi msundha...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi All,

I am novice to Elastic search. We had installed ES with Jetty service
for our own developing software and working on it. And we haven't get
clear idea about creating scenarios for testing the Elastic search
with 2 node, 3 node ,4 node, 5 node with 1, 2 ,3 shards based process.
If anybody knows about this, please help me out by giving your inputs
to this.

Thanks,

Meenkshi


(Lukáš Vlček) #3

Hi,

I think your question sounds too general. First, ElasticSearch does not need
web container (I am not sure I am getting your point about Jetty, can you
provide more details about how you use it with Jetty?).
If you need to start more then one nodes then simply start a new
ElasticSearch instance. If network configured properly then new instance
should find already running master and join into the cluster. Number of
shards is index level configuration so it is defined at the time index is
created in the cluster.

I think it would be useful if you can share more details about what exactly
you need to test or evaluate.

Regards,
Lukas

On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 1:35 PM, Meenakshi msundharam@gmail.com wrote:

I need it very badly, but no one comes forward to solve / respond to
my query.

On Sep 22, 12:23 pm, Meenakshi msundha...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi All,

I am novice to Elastic search. We had installed ES with Jetty service
for our own developing software and working on it. And we haven't get
clear idea about creating scenarios for testing the Elastic search
with 2 node, 3 node ,4 node, 5 node with 1, 2 ,3 shards based process.
If anybody knows about this, please help me out by giving your inputs
to this.

Thanks,

Meenkshi


(Clinton Gormley) #4

On Wed, 2010-09-22 at 04:35 -0700, Meenakshi wrote:

I need it very badly, but no one comes forward to solve / respond to
my query.

Meenakshi - you have given no indication that you have actually tried
anything.

Read the docs http://www.elasticsearch.com/docs/elasticsearch/ , try it
out, and then let us know when you have specific questions.

clint


(Meenakshi) #5

Hi,

I am sorry i forgot to tell you in my below mail that i'am using batch
indexer instead of http request from Elastic search. so i need to test
the Elastic search by using 2 node+ 1 indexer, 3 node+ 2 indexer, 5
node+ 4 indexers. In this way i can test my application by giving load
to Elastic search. so l asked you to help me in creating the scenarios
or did u try any scenarios like that.if so, please send me those
scenarios, also if you try anything other than this. you can update
me. so that i would be useful for me to move forward.

Meenakshi

On Sep 22, 4:45 pm, Lukáš Vlček lukas.vl...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

I think your question sounds too general. First, ElasticSearch does not need
web container (I am not sure I am getting your point about Jetty, can you
provide more details about how you use it with Jetty?).
If you need to start more then one nodes then simply start a new
ElasticSearch instance. If network configured properly then new instance
should find already running master and join into the cluster. Number of
shards is index level configuration so it is defined at the time index is
created in the cluster.

I think it would be useful if you can share more details about what exactly
you need to test or evaluate.

Regards,
Lukas

On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 1:35 PM, Meenakshi msundha...@gmail.com wrote:

I need it very badly, but no one comes forward to solve / respond to
my query.

On Sep 22, 12:23 pm, Meenakshi msundha...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi All,

I am novice to Elastic search. We had installed ES with Jetty service
for our own developing software and working on it. And we haven't get
clear idea about creating scenarios for testing the Elastic search
with 2 node, 3 node ,4 node, 5 node with 1, 2 ,3 shards based process.
If anybody knows about this, please help me out by giving your inputs
to this.

Thanks,

Meenkshi


(Shay Banon) #6

Many people use this scenario. They fire up several nodes, and then start
indexing data into them using one or more "indexers". Go for it.

-shay.banon

On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 4:08 PM, Meenakshi msundharam@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

I am sorry i forgot to tell you in my below mail that i'am using batch
indexer instead of http request from Elastic search. so i need to test
the Elastic search by using 2 node+ 1 indexer, 3 node+ 2 indexer, 5
node+ 4 indexers. In this way i can test my application by giving load
to Elastic search. so l asked you to help me in creating the scenarios
or did u try any scenarios like that.if so, please send me those
scenarios, also if you try anything other than this. you can update
me. so that i would be useful for me to move forward.

Meenakshi

On Sep 22, 4:45 pm, Lukáš Vlček lukas.vl...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

I think your question sounds too general. First, ElasticSearch does not
need
web container (I am not sure I am getting your point about Jetty, can you
provide more details about how you use it with Jetty?).
If you need to start more then one nodes then simply start a new
ElasticSearch instance. If network configured properly then new instance
should find already running master and join into the cluster. Number of
shards is index level configuration so it is defined at the time index is
created in the cluster.

I think it would be useful if you can share more details about what
exactly
you need to test or evaluate.

Regards,
Lukas

On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 1:35 PM, Meenakshi msundha...@gmail.com wrote:

I need it very badly, but no one comes forward to solve / respond to
my query.

On Sep 22, 12:23 pm, Meenakshi msundha...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi All,

I am novice to Elastic search. We had installed ES with Jetty service
for our own developing software and working on it. And we haven't get
clear idea about creating scenarios for testing the Elastic search
with 2 node, 3 node ,4 node, 5 node with 1, 2 ,3 shards based
process.

If anybody knows about this, please help me out by giving your inputs
to this.

Thanks,

Meenkshi


(system) #7