ES2Hadoop and Hadoop2ES

Hello,

My SW context : 5 nodes running ES 1.4 + 1 node running ES 1.3

i need to read node ES 1.4 ( One index + all data indexed) and write it
to nodeES 1.3 .
i have a java code that do the job but it firstly writes to HDFS and then
i need a second job
that read HDFS and send to ES 1.3

i was wondering if iit was possible to do all in one without storing on
HDFS
by interfacing both in the same job and java code
ES doc mentions ( but within the same job) :

es.resource.read (defaults to es.resource) Elasticsearch resource used for
reading (but not writing) data. Useful when reading and writing data to
different Elasticsearch indices within the same job.
es.resource.write

PS: i tried without success the backup/restore possibility from ES

Best R
Phil

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No, you cannot do it in a single job.

On 6 March 2015 at 02:44, Phil gib philgib37@gmail.com wrote:

Hello,

My SW context : 5 nodes running ES 1.4 + 1 node running ES 1.3

i need to read node ES 1.4 ( One index + all data indexed) and write
it to nodeES 1.3 .
i have a java code that do the job but it firstly writes to HDFS and then
i need a second job
that read HDFS and send to ES 1.3

i was wondering if iit was possible to do all in one without storing on
HDFS
by interfacing both in the same job and java code
ES doc mentions ( but within the same job) :

es.resource.read (defaults to es.resource) Elasticsearch resource used
for reading (but not writing) data. Useful when reading and writing data to
different Elasticsearch indices within the same job.
es.resource.write

PS: i tried without success the backup/restore possibility from ES

Best R
Phil

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