Elasticsearch 1.0 release date?


(pranav amin) #1

Hi,

Any idea when is the planned date for Elasticsearch version 1.0?
As of now we are using Elasticsearch 0.90.3 release version. 1.0 Release
seems to have pretty good features hence thought to check if there is any
expected date.

Thanks
Pranav.

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(Ivan Brusic) #2

All the salient features of 1.0 still have not made it into the master
branch, so I am assuming it is stil a while off. Just my guess.

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On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 7:59 AM, pranav amin parulpatel25@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

Any idea when is the planned date for Elasticsearch version 1.0?
As of now we are using Elasticsearch 0.90.3 release version. 1.0 Release
seems to have pretty good features hence thought to check if there is any
expected date.

Thanks
Pranav.

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(Drew Raines) #3

pranav amin wrote:

Any idea when is the planned date for Elasticsearch version 1.0?
As of now we are using Elasticsearch 0.90.3 release version. 1.0
Release seems to have pretty good features hence thought to
check if there is any expected date.

We hope to have a beta out this fall with a general release early
part of next year.

Drew

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(pranav amin) #4

thanks. somewhere between jan-march you mean?
if it is next year, that means i will need to use old version i.e. 0.90.3
of ES.
is there any link or info of how i can upgrade from old to new version of
ES just to be prepared?

thanks

On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 3:38 PM, Drew Raines aaraines@gmail.com wrote:

pranav amin wrote:

Any idea when is the planned date for Elasticsearch version 1.0? As of

now we are using Elasticsearch 0.90.3 release version. 1.0 Release seems to
have pretty good features hence thought to check if there is any expected
date.

We hope to have a beta out this fall with a general release early part of
next year.

Drew

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(Drew Raines) #5

parul patel wrote:

thanks. somewhere between jan-march you mean?

Yes.

if it is next year, that means i will need to use old version
i.e. 0.90.3 of ES. is there any link or info of how i can
upgrade from old to new version of ES just to be prepared?

Upgrading is always pretty straightforward. Stop indexing, flush
the indices, replace the software, and restart the cluster. Always
do it in a staging environment first and make sure no API changes
have broken functionality on the application layer. Also check the
release notes for each version you're moving ahead of to make sure
there aren't any special instructions.

Downgrading is more complicated. Sometimes you can do it if the
Lucene version or cluster state serialization hasn't changed. In
general you don't want to.

Drew

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(pranav amin) #6

thanks a lot.

On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 4:48 PM, Drew Raines aaraines@gmail.com wrote:

parul patel wrote:

thanks. somewhere between jan-march you mean?

Yes.

if it is next year, that means i will need to use old version i.e. 0.90.3

of ES. is there any link or info of how i can upgrade from old to new
version of ES just to be prepared?

Upgrading is always pretty straightforward. Stop indexing, flush the
indices, replace the software, and restart the cluster. Always do it in a
staging environment first and make sure no API changes have broken
functionality on the application layer. Also check the release notes for
each version you're moving ahead of to make sure there aren't any special
instructions.

Downgrading is more complicated. Sometimes you can do it if the Lucene
version or cluster state serialization hasn't changed. In general you don't
want to.

Drew

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(Ivan Brusic) #7

I am not sure if I consider bringing down the entire cluster as pretty
straightforward. :slight_smile: Rolling upgrades was a feature proposed for 0.90 or
even 0.20. Any word for 1.0?

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On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 1:48 PM, Drew Raines aaraines@gmail.com wrote:

Upgrading is always pretty straightforward. Stop indexing, flush the
indices, replace the software, and restart the cluster. Always do it in a
staging environment first and make sure no API changes have broken
functionality on the application layer. Also check the release notes for
each version you're moving ahead of to make sure there aren't any special
instructions.

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