ELK: How do I retrieve more than 10000 results using Elastic-search in node js


(Jasso) #1
function getElasticData(endTime, startTime) {
     return new Promise(function (resolve, reject) {
      elasticClient.search({
             index: 'logstash-*',
             type: 'callEnd',
             size: 10000,
             body: {
                 query: {

                     range: {
                         "@timestamp": {
                             "gte": startTime,
                             "lte": endTime
                         }

                     }
                 }
             }
         }, function (error, response, status) {
             if (error) {
                 reject(error);
             }
             else {
                 resolve(response);
             }
         })

     });
 }

(David Pilato) #2

Please format your code, logs or configuration files using </> icon as explained in this guide and not the citation button. It will make your post more readable.

Or use markdown style like:

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Please update your post.

To extract lot of data in a consistent way, use the scroll API


(Jasso) #3

I have changed the code and removed the console.log

Thanks,
Jasso


(David Pilato) #4

Thank you!


(Jasso) #5

Hi dadoonet,
I am using nodejs and querying in elasticsearch. I want the output that matches the conditions. But, I am not able to get the output more than 10,000 records and below the error message I'm getting Result window is too large, from + size must be less than or equal to: [10000] but was [20000]. See the scroll api for a more efficient way to request large data sets. This limit can be set by changing the [index.max_result_window]. please let me know how we can achieve it


(David Pilato) #6

I already answered you with:

To extract lot of data in a consistent way, use the scroll API

The error message says it all as well:

See the scroll api for a more efficient way to request large data sets. This limit can be set by changing the [index.max_result_window]

Is there something unclear?


(Jasso) #7

Ok thanks dadoonet. Everything is clear now


(system) #8

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