Elasticsearch seems to be moving really quickly with changes.
I am trying to figure out 1 way of deleted data, not multiple ways.
I just installed the delete-by-query plugin. I have a few questions:
How do I actually use the plugin? is it in the elasticsearch/bin folder? what is the command? I already installed it but I dont see it anywhere on my ubuntu?
How do I delete by time range using the timestamp?
Should I be using sensa or one of the plugins to delete data?
You call that documentation?
How do I run it?
What you did not understand in doc ?
It seems pretty clear to me.
May be you did not notice the link "using delete by query"? https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/plugins/2.2/delete-by-query-usage.html
How am I supposed to access the executable?
Here is what I get:
ubuntu@ip-10-0-0-230:~$ DELETE /member_type_history/Member Type/_query?q=user:kimchy
DELETE: command not found
I dont get how to run this against my ES?
It's a SENSE format. You can copy and paste it to sense.
From the command line, use curl.
curl -XDELETE localhost:9200/member_type_history/Member Type/_query?q=user:kimchy
Ok, could you help me with 1 more thing?
How do I use a timestamp range using that syntax?
You need to use the QueryDSL