ES version and phonetic version

Hello,

In general, how important is it that plugin versions match the
Elasticsearch version? Or are (can) plugins be versioned with no
correlation to Elasticsearch's version at all? Specific case:

I have ES 1.2.2 and phonetic plugin 2.2.1. In good practice, should I be
using ES 2.2.1? Or vice versa; should I use phonetic 1.2.2? so that the
versions match?

I was able to install the plugin on a 3-machine cluster using "plugin --url
file:///home/username/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic-2.2.1 --install
phonetic-plugin" on all 3 machines (this may not be EXACTLY correct
command, I'm going by memory). On all 3 machines, this created the 'plugins'
directory in my ES home and appeared to properly place the plugin in the
directory. I stopped ES using "service elasticsearch stop". I tried
restarting using "... start" and ES will no longer start. I see errors in
the logs that seem to pertain to plugins. Given this, plus the fact ES
worked fine before the plugin installation, i uninstall the plugin using "plugin
--remove phonetic-plugin". This removed the plugin from the plugins
directory but ES still won't start. The logs still contain plugin-related
errors. Upon looking, I see the plugins directory is still present. I
manually delete the directory, and now ES starts perfectly fine.

My main question is: Should my first course of troubleshooting be obtaining
a 1.2.2 version of the phonetic plugin? Or is something else likely the
culprit?

*Some notes:

  1. This is a disconnected environment with no internet access, so I will
    always have to do 'manual' installs.
  2. I currently do not have the exact errors to include here, but I can
    hand-write some error details tomorrow when I'm back on the job if you want
    more info.

Thanks,
Mark

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I looked again at the plugin GitHub site and I now see the matrix (below) I
should have seen before posting this. My sincere apologies for not doing
my homework, but I'm still interested in hearing any relevant details that
may have popped into anyone's head while reading this.

elasticsearchPhonetic Analysis PluginDocsmasterBuild from sourceSee below
es-1.xBuild from source2.6.0-SNAPSHOT
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/es-1.x/#version-260-snapshot-for-elasticsearch-1x
es-1.52.5.02.5.0
https://github.com/elastic/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.5.0/#version-250-for-elasticsearch-15
es-1.42.4.22.4.2
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.4.2/#version-242-for-elasticsearch-14<
1.4.32.4.12.4.1
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.4.1/#version-241-for-elasticsearch-14
es-1.32.3.02.3.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.3.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.22.2.02.2.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.2.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.12.1.02.1.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.1.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.02.0.02.0.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.0.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-0.901.8.01.8.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v1.8.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:17:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:

Hello,

In general, how important is it that plugin versions match the
Elasticsearch version? Or are (can) plugins be versioned with no
correlation to Elasticsearch's version at all? Specific case:

I have ES 1.2.2 and phonetic plugin 2.2.1. In good practice, should I be
using ES 2.2.1? Or vice versa; should I use phonetic 1.2.2? so that the
versions match?

I was able to install the plugin on a 3-machine cluster using "plugin
--url file:///home/username/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic-2.2.1 --install
phonetic-plugin" on all 3 machines (this may not be EXACTLY correct
command, I'm going by memory). On all 3 machines, this created the '
plugins' directory in my ES home and appeared to properly place the
plugin in the directory. I stopped ES using "service elasticsearch stop".
I tried restarting using "... start" and ES will no longer start. I see
errors in the logs that seem to pertain to plugins. Given this, plus the
fact ES worked fine before the plugin installation, i uninstall the plugin
using "plugin --remove phonetic-plugin". This removed the plugin from
the plugins directory but ES still won't start. The logs still contain
plugin-related errors. Upon looking, I see the plugins directory is still
present. I manually delete the directory, and now ES starts perfectly fine.

My main question is: Should my first course of troubleshooting be
obtaining a 1.2.2 version of the phonetic plugin? Or is something else
likely the culprit?

*Some notes:

  1. This is a disconnected environment with no internet access, so I will
    always have to do 'manual' installs.
  2. I currently do not have the exact errors to include here, but I can
    hand-write some error details tomorrow when I'm back on the job if you want
    more info.

Thanks,
Mark

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Upon second review of the matrix, I realized that I AM in fact pairing a
supported version pair of ES 1.2.2 and phonetic 2.2.1. So although my
version-matching questions are answered, I'm still stuck with why ES won't
start after plugin install. I'm guessing that will require more details
from the log...

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:20:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:

I looked again at the plugin GitHub site and I now see the matrix (below)
I should have seen before posting this. My sincere apologies for not doing
my homework, but I'm still interested in hearing any relevant details that
may have popped into anyone's head while reading this.

elasticsearchPhonetic Analysis PluginDocsmasterBuild from sourceSee below
es-1.xBuild from source2.6.0-SNAPSHOT
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/es-1.x/#version-260-snapshot-for-elasticsearch-1x
es-1.52.5.02.5.0
https://github.com/elastic/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.5.0/#version-250-for-elasticsearch-15
es-1.42.4.22.4.2
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.4.2/#version-242-for-elasticsearch-14<
1.4.32.4.12.4.1
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.4.1/#version-241-for-elasticsearch-14
es-1.32.3.02.3.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.3.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.22.2.02.2.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.2.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.12.1.02.1.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.1.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.02.0.02.0.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.0.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-0.901.8.01.8.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v1.8.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:17:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:

Hello,

In general, how important is it that plugin versions match the
Elasticsearch version? Or are (can) plugins be versioned with no
correlation to Elasticsearch's version at all? Specific case:

I have ES 1.2.2 and phonetic plugin 2.2.1. In good practice, should I be
using ES 2.2.1? Or vice versa; should I use phonetic 1.2.2? so that the
versions match?

I was able to install the plugin on a 3-machine cluster using "plugin
--url file:///home/username/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic-2.2.1 --install
phonetic-plugin" on all 3 machines (this may not be EXACTLY correct
command, I'm going by memory). On all 3 machines, this created the '
plugins' directory in my ES home and appeared to properly place the
plugin in the directory. I stopped ES using "service elasticsearch stop".
I tried restarting using "... start" and ES will no longer start. I
see errors in the logs that seem to pertain to plugins. Given this, plus
the fact ES worked fine before the plugin installation, i uninstall the
plugin using "plugin --remove phonetic-plugin". This removed the plugin
from the plugins directory but ES still won't start. The logs still contain
plugin-related errors. Upon looking, I see the plugins directory is still
present. I manually delete the directory, and now ES starts perfectly fine.

My main question is: Should my first course of troubleshooting be
obtaining a 1.2.2 version of the phonetic plugin? Or is something else
likely the culprit?

*Some notes:

  1. This is a disconnected environment with no internet access, so I will
    always have to do 'manual' installs.
  2. I currently do not have the exact errors to include here, but I can
    hand-write some error details tomorrow when I'm back on the job if you want
    more info.

Thanks,
Mark

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Is there a version 2.2.1?

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Le 1 avr. 2015 à 23:24, Mark Bramer mark.bramer@gmail.com a écrit :

Upon second review of the matrix, I realized that I AM in fact pairing a supported version pair of ES 1.2.2 and phonetic 2.2.1. So although my version-matching questions are answered, I'm still stuck with why ES won't start after plugin install. I'm guessing that will require more details from the log...

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:20:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:

I looked again at the plugin GitHub site and I now see the matrix (below) I should have seen before posting this. My sincere apologies for not doing my homework, but I'm still interested in hearing any relevant details that may have popped into anyone's head while reading this.

elasticsearch Phonetic Analysis Plugin Docs
master Build from source See below
es-1.x Build from source 2.6.0-SNAPSHOT
es-1.5 2.5.0 2.5.0
es-1.4 2.4.2 2.4.2
< 1.4.3 2.4.1 2.4.1
es-1.3 2.3.0 2.3.0
es-1.2 2.2.0 2.2.0
es-1.1 2.1.0 2.1.0
es-1.0 2.0.0 2.0.0
es-0.90 1.8.0 1.8.0

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:17:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:
Hello,

In general, how important is it that plugin versions match the Elasticsearch version? Or are (can) plugins be versioned with no correlation to Elasticsearch's version at all? Specific case:

I have ES 1.2.2 and phonetic plugin 2.2.1. In good practice, should I be using ES 2.2.1? Or vice versa; should I use phonetic 1.2.2? so that the versions match?

I was able to install the plugin on a 3-machine cluster using "plugin --url file:///home/username/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic-2.2.1 --install phonetic-plugin" on all 3 machines (this may not be EXACTLY correct command, I'm going by memory). On all 3 machines, this created the 'plugins' directory in my ES home and appeared to properly place the plugin in the directory. I stopped ES using "service elasticsearch stop". I tried restarting using "... start" and ES will no longer start. I see errors in the logs that seem to pertain to plugins. Given this, plus the fact ES worked fine before the plugin installation, i uninstall the plugin using "plugin --remove phonetic-plugin". This removed the plugin from the plugins directory but ES still won't start. The logs still contain plugin-related errors. Upon looking, I see the plugins directory is still present. I manually delete the directory, and now ES starts perfectly fine.

My main question is: Should my first course of troubleshooting be obtaining a 1.2.2 version of the phonetic plugin? Or is something else likely the culprit?

*Some notes:

  1. This is a disconnected environment with no internet access, so I will always have to do 'manual' installs.
  2. I currently do not have the exact errors to include here, but I can hand-write some error details tomorrow when I'm back on the job if you want more info.

Thanks,
Mark

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I inherited this from someone else (how many times have we all heard
that??) who named the file I'm using - perhaps he made some changes and
rebuilt...? Either way, I'm using ES 1.2 and phonetic 2.1 which according
to the matrix, should work...

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:28:22 PM UTC-4, David Pilato wrote:

Is there a version 2.2.1?

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Le 1 avr. 2015 à 23:24, Mark Bramer <mark....@gmail.com <javascript:>> a
écrit :

Upon second review of the matrix, I realized that I AM in fact pairing a
supported version pair of ES 1.2.2 and phonetic 2.2.1. So although my
version-matching questions are answered, I'm still stuck with why ES won't
start after plugin install. I'm guessing that will require more details
from the log...

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:20:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:

I looked again at the plugin GitHub site and I now see the matrix (below)
I should have seen before posting this. My sincere apologies for not doing
my homework, but I'm still interested in hearing any relevant details that
may have popped into anyone's head while reading this.

elasticsearchPhonetic Analysis PluginDocsmasterBuild from sourceSee below
es-1.xBuild from source2.6.0-SNAPSHOT
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/es-1.x/#version-260-snapshot-for-elasticsearch-1x
es-1.52.5.02.5.0
https://github.com/elastic/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.5.0/#version-250-for-elasticsearch-15
es-1.42.4.22.4.2
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.4.2/#version-242-for-elasticsearch-14<
1.4.32.4.12.4.1
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.4.1/#version-241-for-elasticsearch-14
es-1.32.3.02.3.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.3.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.22.2.02.2.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.2.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.12.1.02.1.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.1.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.02.0.02.0.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.0.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-0.901.8.01.8.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v1.8.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:17:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:

Hello,

In general, how important is it that plugin versions match the
Elasticsearch version? Or are (can) plugins be versioned with no
correlation to Elasticsearch's version at all? Specific case:

I have ES 1.2.2 and phonetic plugin 2.2.1. In good practice, should I
be using ES 2.2.1? Or vice versa; should I use phonetic 1.2.2? so that
the versions match?

I was able to install the plugin on a 3-machine cluster using "plugin
--url file:///home/username/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic-2.2.1 --install
phonetic-plugin" on all 3 machines (this may not be EXACTLY correct
command, I'm going by memory). On all 3 machines, this created the '
plugins' directory in my ES home and appeared to properly place the
plugin in the directory. I stopped ES using "service elasticsearch stop".
I tried restarting using "... start" and ES will no longer start. I
see errors in the logs that seem to pertain to plugins. Given this, plus
the fact ES worked fine before the plugin installation, i uninstall the
plugin using "plugin --remove phonetic-plugin". This removed the
plugin from the plugins directory but ES still won't start. The logs still
contain plugin-related errors. Upon looking, I see the plugins directory
is still present. I manually delete the directory, and now ES starts
perfectly fine.

My main question is: Should my first course of troubleshooting be
obtaining a 1.2.2 version of the phonetic plugin? Or is something else
likely the culprit?

*Some notes:

  1. This is a disconnected environment with no internet access, so I will
    always have to do 'manual' installs.
  2. I currently do not have the exact errors to include here, but I can
    hand-write some error details tomorrow when I'm back on the job if you want
    more info.

Thanks,
Mark

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There's a 2.2.1 snapshot. I don't believe the one I'm using was modified
from this one.

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:32:40 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:

I inherited this from someone else (how many times have we all heard
that??) who named the file I'm using - perhaps he made some changes and
rebuilt...? Either way, I'm using ES 1.2 and phonetic 2.1 which according
to the matrix, should work...

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:28:22 PM UTC-4, David Pilato wrote:

Is there a version 2.2.1?

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Le 1 avr. 2015 à 23:24, Mark Bramer mark....@gmail.com a écrit :

Upon second review of the matrix, I realized that I AM in fact pairing a
supported version pair of ES 1.2.2 and phonetic 2.2.1. So although my
version-matching questions are answered, I'm still stuck with why ES won't
start after plugin install. I'm guessing that will require more details
from the log...

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:20:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:

I looked again at the plugin GitHub site and I now see the matrix
(below) I should have seen before posting this. My sincere apologies for
not doing my homework, but I'm still interested in hearing any relevant
details that may have popped into anyone's head while reading this.

elasticsearchPhonetic Analysis PluginDocsmasterBuild from sourceSee
belowes-1.xBuild from source2.6.0-SNAPSHOT
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/es-1.x/#version-260-snapshot-for-elasticsearch-1x
es-1.52.5.02.5.0
https://github.com/elastic/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.5.0/#version-250-for-elasticsearch-15
es-1.42.4.22.4.2
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.4.2/#version-242-for-elasticsearch-14<
1.4.32.4.12.4.1
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.4.1/#version-241-for-elasticsearch-14
es-1.32.3.02.3.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.3.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.22.2.02.2.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.2.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.12.1.02.1.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.1.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.02.0.02.0.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.0.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-0.901.8.01.8.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v1.8.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:17:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:

Hello,

In general, how important is it that plugin versions match the
Elasticsearch version? Or are (can) plugins be versioned with no
correlation to Elasticsearch's version at all? Specific case:

I have ES 1.2.2 and phonetic plugin 2.2.1. In good practice, should I
be using ES 2.2.1? Or vice versa; should I use phonetic 1.2.2? so that
the versions match?

I was able to install the plugin on a 3-machine cluster using "plugin
--url file:///home/username/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic-2.2.1 --install
phonetic-plugin" on all 3 machines (this may not be EXACTLY correct
command, I'm going by memory). On all 3 machines, this created the '
plugins' directory in my ES home and appeared to properly place the
plugin in the directory. I stopped ES using "service elasticsearch stop".
I tried restarting using "... start" and ES will no longer start. I
see errors in the logs that seem to pertain to plugins. Given this, plus
the fact ES worked fine before the plugin installation, i uninstall the
plugin using "plugin --remove phonetic-plugin". This removed the
plugin from the plugins directory but ES still won't start. The logs still
contain plugin-related errors. Upon looking, I see the plugins directory
is still present. I manually delete the directory, and now ES starts
perfectly fine.

My main question is: Should my first course of troubleshooting be
obtaining a 1.2.2 version of the phonetic plugin? Or is something else
likely the culprit?

*Some notes:

  1. This is a disconnected environment with no internet access, so I
    will always have to do 'manual' installs.
  2. I currently do not have the exact errors to include here, but I can
    hand-write some error details tomorrow when I'm back on the job if you want
    more info.

Thanks,
Mark

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Sorry. I don't follow. You are not using official plugin version 2.2.0 but a modified version?

David

Le 1 avr. 2015 à 23:42, Mark Bramer mark.bramer@gmail.com a écrit :

There's a 2.2.1 snapshot. I don't believe the one I'm using was modified from this one.

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:32:40 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:
I inherited this from someone else (how many times have we all heard that??) who named the file I'm using - perhaps he made some changes and rebuilt...? Either way, I'm using ES 1.2 and phonetic 2.1 which according to the matrix, should work...

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:28:22 PM UTC-4, David Pilato wrote:
Is there a version 2.2.1?

--
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Twitter : @dadoonet / @elasticsearchfr / @scrutmydocs

Le 1 avr. 2015 à 23:24, Mark Bramer mark....@gmail.com a écrit :

Upon second review of the matrix, I realized that I AM in fact pairing a supported version pair of ES 1.2.2 and phonetic 2.2.1. So although my version-matching questions are answered, I'm still stuck with why ES won't start after plugin install. I'm guessing that will require more details from the log...

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:20:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:

I looked again at the plugin GitHub site and I now see the matrix (below) I should have seen before posting this. My sincere apologies for not doing my homework, but I'm still interested in hearing any relevant details that may have popped into anyone's head while reading this.

elasticsearch Phonetic Analysis Plugin Docs
master Build from source See below
es-1.x Build from source 2.6.0-SNAPSHOT
es-1.5 2.5.0 2.5.0
es-1.4 2.4.2 2.4.2
< 1.4.3 2.4.1 2.4.1
es-1.3 2.3.0 2.3.0
es-1.2 2.2.0 2.2.0
es-1.1 2.1.0 2.1.0
es-1.0 2.0.0 2.0.0
es-0.90 1.8.0 1.8.0

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:17:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:
Hello,

In general, how important is it that plugin versions match the Elasticsearch version? Or are (can) plugins be versioned with no correlation to Elasticsearch's version at all? Specific case:

I have ES 1.2.2 and phonetic plugin 2.2.1. In good practice, should I be using ES 2.2.1? Or vice versa; should I use phonetic 1.2.2? so that the versions match?

I was able to install the plugin on a 3-machine cluster using "plugin --url file:///home/username/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic-2.2.1 --install phonetic-plugin" on all 3 machines (this may not be EXACTLY correct command, I'm going by memory). On all 3 machines, this created the 'plugins' directory in my ES home and appeared to properly place the plugin in the directory. I stopped ES using "service elasticsearch stop". I tried restarting using "... start" and ES will no longer start. I see errors in the logs that seem to pertain to plugins. Given this, plus the fact ES worked fine before the plugin installation, i uninstall the plugin using "plugin --remove phonetic-plugin". This removed the plugin from the plugins directory but ES still won't start. The logs still contain plugin-related errors. Upon looking, I see the plugins directory is still present. I manually delete the directory, and now ES starts perfectly fine.

My main question is: Should my first course of troubleshooting be obtaining a 1.2.2 version of the phonetic plugin? Or is something else likely the culprit?

*Some notes:

  1. This is a disconnected environment with no internet access, so I will always have to do 'manual' installs.
  2. I currently do not have the exact errors to include here, but I can hand-write some error details tomorrow when I'm back on the job if you want more info.

Thanks,
Mark

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No. The fact that there's not a 2.2.1 on the main page of the phonetic
GitHub page (https://github.com/elastic/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic)
made me think that the 2.2.1 I have must have been a modified 2.2.0. But,
upon clicking around, I found out that there is a 2.2.1 version which is a
snapshot
(https://github.com/elastic/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/es-1.2).
I'm deducing that this is the one I have. The prior developer must have
cloned this and built it in-house.

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:55:48 PM UTC-4, David Pilato wrote:

Sorry. I don't follow. You are not using official plugin version 2.2.0 but
a modified version?

David

Le 1 avr. 2015 à 23:42, Mark Bramer <mark....@gmail.com <javascript:>> a
écrit :

There's a 2.2.1 snapshot. I don't believe the one I'm using was modified
from this one.

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:32:40 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:

I inherited this from someone else (how many times have we all heard
that??) who named the file I'm using - perhaps he made some changes and
rebuilt...? Either way, I'm using ES 1.2 and phonetic 2.1 which according
to the matrix, should work...

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:28:22 PM UTC-4, David Pilato wrote:

Is there a version 2.2.1?

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Le 1 avr. 2015 à 23:24, Mark Bramer mark....@gmail.com a écrit :

Upon second review of the matrix, I realized that I AM in fact pairing a
supported version pair of ES 1.2.2 and phonetic 2.2.1. So although my
version-matching questions are answered, I'm still stuck with why ES won't
start after plugin install. I'm guessing that will require more details
from the log...

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:20:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:

I looked again at the plugin GitHub site and I now see the matrix
(below) I should have seen before posting this. My sincere apologies for
not doing my homework, but I'm still interested in hearing any relevant
details that may have popped into anyone's head while reading this.

elasticsearchPhonetic Analysis PluginDocsmasterBuild from sourceSee
belowes-1.xBuild from source2.6.0-SNAPSHOT
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/es-1.x/#version-260-snapshot-for-elasticsearch-1x
es-1.52.5.02.5.0
https://github.com/elastic/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.5.0/#version-250-for-elasticsearch-15
es-1.42.4.22.4.2
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.4.2/#version-242-for-elasticsearch-14<
1.4.32.4.12.4.1
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.4.1/#version-241-for-elasticsearch-14
es-1.32.3.02.3.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.3.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.22.2.02.2.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.2.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.12.1.02.1.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.1.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-1.02.0.02.0.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v2.0.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
es-0.901.8.01.8.0
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/v1.8.0/#phonetic-analysis-for-elasticsearch
On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:17:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:

Hello,

In general, how important is it that plugin versions match the
Elasticsearch version? Or are (can) plugins be versioned with no
correlation to Elasticsearch's version at all? Specific case:

I have ES 1.2.2 and phonetic plugin 2.2.1. In good practice, should I
be using ES 2.2.1? Or vice versa; should I use phonetic 1.2.2? so that
the versions match?

I was able to install the plugin on a 3-machine cluster using "plugin
--url file:///home/username/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic-2.2.1 --install
phonetic-plugin" on all 3 machines (this may not be EXACTLY correct
command, I'm going by memory). On all 3 machines, this created the '
plugins' directory in my ES home and appeared to properly place the
plugin in the directory. I stopped ES using "service elasticsearch
stop". I tried restarting using "... start" and ES will no longer
start. I see errors in the logs that seem to pertain to plugins. Given
this, plus the fact ES worked fine before the plugin installation, i
uninstall the plugin using "plugin --remove phonetic-plugin". This
removed the plugin from the plugins directory but ES still won't start. The
logs still contain plugin-related errors. Upon looking, I see the plugins
directory is still present. I manually delete the directory, and now ES
starts perfectly fine.

My main question is: Should my first course of troubleshooting be
obtaining a 1.2.2 version of the phonetic plugin? Or is something else
likely the culprit?

*Some notes:

  1. This is a disconnected environment with no internet access, so I
    will always have to do 'manual' installs.
  2. I currently do not have the exact errors to include here, but I can
    hand-write some error details tomorrow when I'm back on the job if you want
    more info.

Thanks,
Mark

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Do you have the same issue when using 2.2.0?
What can you see in logs?

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Le 2 avr. 2015 à 00:05, Mark Bramer mark.bramer@gmail.com a écrit :

No. The fact that there's not a 2.2.1 on the main page of the phonetic GitHub page (https://github.com/elastic/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic) made me think that the 2.2.1 I have must have been a modified 2.2.0. But, upon clicking around, I found out that there is a 2.2.1 version which is a snapshot (https://github.com/elastic/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic/tree/es-1.2). I'm deducing that this is the one I have. The prior developer must have cloned this and built it in-house.

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:55:48 PM UTC-4, David Pilato wrote:
Sorry. I don't follow. You are not using official plugin version 2.2.0 but a modified version?

David

Le 1 avr. 2015 à 23:42, Mark Bramer mark....@gmail.com a écrit :

There's a 2.2.1 snapshot. I don't believe the one I'm using was modified from this one.

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:32:40 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:
I inherited this from someone else (how many times have we all heard that??) who named the file I'm using - perhaps he made some changes and rebuilt...? Either way, I'm using ES 1.2 and phonetic 2.1 which according to the matrix, should work...

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:28:22 PM UTC-4, David Pilato wrote:
Is there a version 2.2.1?

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Le 1 avr. 2015 à 23:24, Mark Bramer mark....@gmail.com a écrit :

Upon second review of the matrix, I realized that I AM in fact pairing a supported version pair of ES 1.2.2 and phonetic 2.2.1. So although my version-matching questions are answered, I'm still stuck with why ES won't start after plugin install. I'm guessing that will require more details from the log...

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:20:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:

I looked again at the plugin GitHub site and I now see the matrix (below) I should have seen before posting this. My sincere apologies for not doing my homework, but I'm still interested in hearing any relevant details that may have popped into anyone's head while reading this.

elasticsearch Phonetic Analysis Plugin Docs
master Build from source See below
es-1.x Build from source 2.6.0-SNAPSHOT
es-1.5 2.5.0 2.5.0
es-1.4 2.4.2 2.4.2
< 1.4.3 2.4.1 2.4.1
es-1.3 2.3.0 2.3.0
es-1.2 2.2.0 2.2.0
es-1.1 2.1.0 2.1.0
es-1.0 2.0.0 2.0.0
es-0.90 1.8.0 1.8.0

On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 5:17:42 PM UTC-4, Mark Bramer wrote:
Hello,

In general, how important is it that plugin versions match the Elasticsearch version? Or are (can) plugins be versioned with no correlation to Elasticsearch's version at all? Specific case:

I have ES 1.2.2 and phonetic plugin 2.2.1. In good practice, should I be using ES 2.2.1? Or vice versa; should I use phonetic 1.2.2? so that the versions match?

I was able to install the plugin on a 3-machine cluster using "plugin --url file:///home/username/elasticsearch-analysis-phonetic-2.2.1 --install phonetic-plugin" on all 3 machines (this may not be EXACTLY correct command, I'm going by memory). On all 3 machines, this created the 'plugins' directory in my ES home and appeared to properly place the plugin in the directory. I stopped ES using "service elasticsearch stop". I tried restarting using "... start" and ES will no longer start. I see errors in the logs that seem to pertain to plugins. Given this, plus the fact ES worked fine before the plugin installation, i uninstall the plugin using "plugin --remove phonetic-plugin". This removed the plugin from the plugins directory but ES still won't start. The logs still contain plugin-related errors. Upon looking, I see the plugins directory is still present. I manually delete the directory, and now ES starts perfectly fine.

My main question is: Should my first course of troubleshooting be obtaining a 1.2.2 version of the phonetic plugin? Or is something else likely the culprit?

*Some notes:

  1. This is a disconnected environment with no internet access, so I will always have to do 'manual' installs.
  2. I currently do not have the exact errors to include here, but I can hand-write some error details tomorrow when I'm back on the job if you want more info.

Thanks,
Mark

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