ES 1.4.2, Tribe Configuration, And Creating Indices

Hello,
I have ES 1.4.2 installed on four servers, with one server hosting the ES
tribe node and the other three servers hosting an ES instance. I decided to
have the three servers each being a cluster of one server, to test some
things out.

If I connect to the tribe node, and try to create an index and bulk index,
it fails with an error saying no master can be found. But if I create the
indices on each node and then bulk index using the tribe node, it works.
Additionally, if I create an index template on the three nodes, and then
index using the tribe node, this works. Even if the index doesn't initially
exist.

Reading the documentation, as I understand it, indexing into a new index
via the tribe node should never work.

Is the behavior I'm seeing, expected?

Thanks in advance.

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Ed Brown,
Software Architect

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http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/modules-tribe.html#modules-tribe
says it can do reads and writes.

But note;

However, there are a few exceptions:

On 6 February 2015 at 14:21, Ed Brown edswarchitect@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,
I have ES 1.4.2 installed on four servers, with one server hosting the ES
tribe node and the other three servers hosting an ES instance. I decided to
have the three servers each being a cluster of one server, to test some
things out.

If I connect to the tribe node, and try to create an index and bulk index,
it fails with an error saying no master can be found. But if I create the
indices on each node and then bulk index using the tribe node, it works.
Additionally, if I create an index template on the three nodes, and then
index using the tribe node, this works. Even if the index doesn't initially
exist.

Reading the documentation, as I understand it, indexing into a new index
via the tribe node should never work.

Is the behavior I'm seeing, expected?

Thanks in advance.

--
Ed Brown,
Software Architect

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