How to know the query commands that ES server accepted? Any flag?


(Ivan Ji) #1

Hi all,

I am wondering are there any debug flag which can enable the ES server to
print out all the query commands it accepted?

For some debugging reason, I need to know the query command sequence that
ES accepted.

Or are there any config which can enable this logging?

Any ideas?

Best,

Ivan

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(ElasticSearch Users mailing list) #2

If you mean a list of all the search queries executed, there is not
currently a clean way to do this. You can kinda fudge it by enabling the
query slowlog in the elasticsearch.yml file, but if you have many nodes,
you still have to go to each node that contains the shards that were hit to
retrieve the actual search requests.

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(system) #3