Install Previous Versions from Apt-Get Repositories?

(James Watson) #1

I need to add a node to my cluster but see that the version available from the apt-get respository (I'm using Ubuntu 16.04) defaults to the current version 5.1.1. I've tried using:

apt-get install elasticsearch=5.0.0 but it reports no such version is available.

apt-cache policy elasticsearch confirms this.

Any suggestions for how to get a specific, non-current version of elasticsearch on a cluster node? I would really like to use apt-get/respository rather than extracting from the tar.gz if possible.

(Jason Tedor) #2

I'm sorry that you're running into this, but this is a known issue:

You can download the previous deb distribution, but at this time installing from the repository will not be possible. Also, even if you can't upgrade to 5.1.1 at this time, I recommend that you at least go to 5.0.2 as there are important bug fixes in 5.0.1 and 5.0.2. :slight_smile:

(James Watson) #3


Thank you so much. The .deb location is exactly what I was looking for but not finding.

(Jason Tedor) #4

You're very welcome.

(system) #5

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