Elasticsearch Version Upgrade

Hi ,

We have Elasticsearch Servers running with Es Version 1.4.2,our client
version is 1.4.1.

We are about to upgrade our Es cluster Version to 1.5.1 , my question is :

Do we need to upgrade the client version to 1.5.1 or our current version
should be compatible with the new Version?

Thanks,
Costya.

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It should work fine.

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Le 21 avr. 2015 à 14:08, Costya Regev costya@totango.com a écrit :

Hi ,

We have Elasticsearch Servers running with Es Version 1.4.2,our client version is 1.4.1.

We are about to upgrade our Es cluster Version to 1.5.1 , my question is :

Do we need to upgrade the client version to 1.5.1 or our current version should be compatible with the new Version?

Thanks,
Costya.

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Just checking ,

so you are sure that there is forward compatibility... and my system will
work fine with Es Client version of 1.4.1 when the server's version will be
1.5.1 , right ?

On Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 3:12:44 PM UTC+3, David Pilato wrote:

It should work fine.

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Le 21 avr. 2015 à 14:08, Costya Regev <cos...@totango.com <javascript:>>
a écrit :

Hi ,

We have Elasticsearch Servers running with Es Version 1.4.2,our client
version is 1.4.1.

We are about to upgrade our Es cluster Version to 1.5.1 , my question is :

Do we need to upgrade the client version to 1.5.1 or our current version
should be compatible with the new Version?

Thanks,
Costya.

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Another Question : if i will upgrade my Elasticsearch Client to Version
1.5.1 and my Elasticsearch Servers will stay on version 1.4.2 will it work
? it there a backward compatibility ?

On Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 4:21:38 PM UTC+3, Costya Regev wrote:

Just checking ,

so you are sure that there is forward compatibility... and my system will
work fine with Es Client version of 1.4.1 when the server's version will be
1.5.1 , right ?

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It should work fine.

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Le 21 avr. 2015 à 14:08, Costya Regev cos...@totango.com a écrit :

Hi ,

We have Elasticsearch Servers running with Es Version 1.4.2,our client
version is 1.4.1.

We are about to upgrade our Es cluster Version to 1.5.1 , my question is :

Do we need to upgrade the client version to 1.5.1 or our current version
should be compatible with the new Version?

Thanks,
Costya.

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This should work in both ways.

The client knows what is the node version.
The node knows what is the client version.

So basically, if one knows he should not send a new data because the other one is too old, it will simply ignore it.
Same for reading. If your node is newer, he knows that the client won’t provide X or Y value. So he won’t try to read it.

That said, the best thing to do is to test it! :smiley:

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Le 21 avr. 2015 à 15:39, Costya Regev costya@totango.com a écrit :

Another Question : if i will upgrade my Elasticsearch Client to Version 1.5.1 and my Elasticsearch Servers will stay on version 1.4.2 will it work ? it there a backward compatibility ?

On Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 4:21:38 PM UTC+3, Costya Regev wrote:
Just checking ,

so you are sure that there is forward compatibility... and my system will work fine with Es Client version of 1.4.1 when the server's version will be 1.5.1 , right ?

On Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 3:12:44 PM UTC+3, David Pilato wrote:
It should work fine.

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Le 21 avr. 2015 à 14:08, Costya Regev <cos...@totango.com <>> a écrit :

Hi ,

We have Elasticsearch Servers running with Es Version 1.4.2,our client version is 1.4.1.

We are about to upgrade our Es cluster Version to 1.5.1 , my question is :

Do we need to upgrade the client version to 1.5.1 or our current version should be compatible with the new Version?

Thanks,
Costya.

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David, is this the case with older versions (both client and server on
0.90.x versions using java client), and across the 0.90 to 1.x boundary, or
only post 1.x?
On 22/04/2015 12:03 am, "David Pilato" david@pilato.fr wrote:

This should work in both ways.

The client knows what is the node version.
The node knows what is the client version.

So basically, if one knows he should not send a new data because the other
one is too old, it will simply ignore it.
Same for reading. If your node is newer, he knows that the client won’t
provide X or Y value. So he won’t try to read it.

That said, the best thing to do is to test it! :smiley:

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Le 21 avr. 2015 à 15:39, Costya Regev costya@totango.com a écrit :

Another Question : if i will upgrade my Elasticsearch Client to Version
1.5.1 and my Elasticsearch Servers will stay on version 1.4.2 will it work
? it there a backward compatibility ?

On Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 4:21:38 PM UTC+3, Costya Regev wrote:

Just checking ,

so you are sure that there is forward compatibility... and my system will
work fine with Es Client version of 1.4.1 when the server's version will be
1.5.1 , right ?

On Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 3:12:44 PM UTC+3, David Pilato wrote:

It should work fine.

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Le 21 avr. 2015 à 14:08, Costya Regev cos...@totango.com a écrit :

Hi ,

We have Elasticsearch Servers running with Es Version 1.4.2,our client
version is 1.4.1.

We are about to upgrade our Es cluster Version to 1.5.1 , my question is
:

Do we need to upgrade the client version to 1.5.1 or our current version
should be compatible with the new Version?

Thanks,
Costya.

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Only post 1.0

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Le 22 avr. 2015 à 01:14, Norberto Meijome numard@gmail.com a écrit :

David, is this the case with older versions (both client and server on 0.90.x versions using java client), and across the 0.90 to 1.x boundary, or only post 1.x?

On 22/04/2015 12:03 am, "David Pilato" david@pilato.fr wrote:
This should work in both ways.

The client knows what is the node version.
The node knows what is the client version.

So basically, if one knows he should not send a new data because the other one is too old, it will simply ignore it.
Same for reading. If your node is newer, he knows that the client won’t provide X or Y value. So he won’t try to read it.

That said, the best thing to do is to test it! :smiley:

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Le 21 avr. 2015 à 15:39, Costya Regev costya@totango.com a écrit :

Another Question : if i will upgrade my Elasticsearch Client to Version 1.5.1 and my Elasticsearch Servers will stay on version 1.4.2 will it work ? it there a backward compatibility ?

On Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 4:21:38 PM UTC+3, Costya Regev wrote:
Just checking ,

so you are sure that there is forward compatibility... and my system will work fine with Es Client version of 1.4.1 when the server's version will be 1.5.1 , right ?

On Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 3:12:44 PM UTC+3, David Pilato wrote:
It should work fine.

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Le 21 avr. 2015 à 14:08, Costya Regev cos...@totango.com a écrit :

Hi ,

We have Elasticsearch Servers running with Es Version 1.4.2,our client version is 1.4.1.

We are about to upgrade our Es cluster Version to 1.5.1 , my question is :

Do we need to upgrade the client version to 1.5.1 or our current version should be compatible with the new Version?

Thanks,
Costya.

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Yup thanks , that's what I thought.
On 22/04/2015 2:49 pm, "David Pilato" david@pilato.fr wrote:

Only post 1.0

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Le 22 avr. 2015 à 01:14, Norberto Meijome numard@gmail.com a écrit :

David, is this the case with older versions (both client and server on
0.90.x versions using java client), and across the 0.90 to 1.x boundary, or
only post 1.x?
On 22/04/2015 12:03 am, "David Pilato" david@pilato.fr wrote:

This should work in both ways.

The client knows what is the node version.
The node knows what is the client version.

So basically, if one knows he should not send a new data because the
other one is too old, it will simply ignore it.
Same for reading. If your node is newer, he knows that the client won’t
provide X or Y value. So he won’t try to read it.

That said, the best thing to do is to test it! :smiley:

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Le 21 avr. 2015 à 15:39, Costya Regev costya@totango.com a écrit :

Another Question : if i will upgrade my Elasticsearch Client to Version
1.5.1 and my Elasticsearch Servers will stay on version 1.4.2 will it work
? it there a backward compatibility ?

On Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 4:21:38 PM UTC+3, Costya Regev wrote:

Just checking ,

so you are sure that there is forward compatibility... and my system
will work fine with Es Client version of 1.4.1 when the server's version
will be 1.5.1 , right ?

On Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 3:12:44 PM UTC+3, David Pilato wrote:

It should work fine.

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Le 21 avr. 2015 à 14:08, Costya Regev cos...@totango.com a écrit :

Hi ,

We have Elasticsearch Servers running with Es Version 1.4.2,our client
version is 1.4.1.

We are about to upgrade our Es cluster Version to 1.5.1 , my question
is :

Do we need to upgrade the client version to 1.5.1 or our current
version should be compatible with the new Version?

Thanks,
Costya.

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