Plugin script doesn't works fine(es 0.90.2)

Hi all, I met a issue when using plugin script( for elasticsearch 0.90.2)

shell command:
./bin/plugin --url
https://oss-es-plugins.s3.amazonaws.com/elasticsearch-jetty/elasticsearch-jetty-0.90.2.zip
*
*
*
the output is:
Usage:
-u, --url [plugin location] : Set exact URL to download the
plugin from
-i, --install [plugin name] : Downloads and installs listed
plugins [
]
-r, --remove [plugin name] : Removes listed plugins
-l, --list : List installed plugins
-v, --verbose : Prints verbose messages
-h, --help : Prints this help message

[*] Plugin name could be:
elasticsearch/plugin/version for official elasticsearch plugins
(download from download.elasticsearch.org)
groupId/artifactId/version for community plugins (download from
maven central or oss sonatype)
username/repository for site plugins (download from github
master)

Message:
Command [--url] unknown.

and I tested the "-u" parameter , the output is same.

I checked the code of org.elasticsearch.plugins.PluginManager
*
*
the main method contains 2 loops , the first one handle the "-u" ,"--url"
and "-v",
the second loop handle all the other commands except the "-u", the last
if-else statements wll be ran when "-u" or "-url" is met.

if (command.equals("-i") || command.equals("--install")
......
} else if (command.equals("-r") || command.equals("--remove")
......
} else if (command.equals("-l") || command.equals("--list")) {
......
} else if (command.equals("-h") || command.equals("--help")) {
} else {
displayHelp("Command [" + args[c] + "] unknown.");
// Unknown command. We break...
System.exit(1);
}

I compared the code from 0.90.1 to 0.90.2 , this code introduced only for
0.90.2.

Please check if it is a code error or what I was doing wrong.

Many thanks,

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There was a commit regarding the plugin manager for 0.90.3, so I am
assuming it is your issue:

You can always compile a local version of the PluginManager using the
elasticsearch jar and running it with the class file first in your
classpath.

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Ivan

On Sun, Jun 30, 2013 at 7:36 PM, zerocool vbzerocool@gmail.com wrote:

Hi all, I met a issue when using plugin script( for elasticsearch 0.90.2)

shell command:
./bin/plugin --url
https://oss-es-plugins.s3.amazonaws.com/elasticsearch-jetty/elasticsearch-jetty-0.90.2.zip
*
*
*
the output is:
Usage:
-u, --url [plugin location] : Set exact URL to download the
plugin from
-i, --install [plugin name] : Downloads and installs listed
plugins [
]
-r, --remove [plugin name] : Removes listed plugins
-l, --list : List installed plugins
-v, --verbose : Prints verbose messages
-h, --help : Prints this help message

[*] Plugin name could be:
elasticsearch/plugin/version for official elasticsearch plugins
(download from download.elasticsearch.org)
groupId/artifactId/version for community plugins (download from
maven central or oss sonatype)
username/repository for site plugins (download from github
master)

Message:
Command [--url] unknown.

and I tested the "-u" parameter , the output is same.

I checked the code of org.elasticsearch.plugins.PluginManager
*
*
the main method contains 2 loops , the first one handle the "-u"
,"--url" and "-v",
the second loop handle all the other commands except the "-u", the last
if-else statements wll be ran when "-u" or "-url" is met.

if (command.equals("-i") || command.equals("--install")
......
} else if (command.equals("-r") || command.equals("--remove")
......
} else if (command.equals("-l") || command.equals("--list")) {
......
} else if (command.equals("-h") || command.equals("--help")) {
} else {
displayHelp("Command [" + args[c] + "] unknown.");
// Unknown command. We break...
System.exit(1);
}

I compared the code from 0.90.1 to 0.90.2 , this code introduced only for
0.90.2.

Please check if it is a code error or what I was doing wrong.

Many thanks,

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Yeah. Ivan is right. This is the issue.

You can download the zip file and unzip it under plugins/jetty dir.

It will be loaded by elasticsearch when restarting.

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Le 1 juil. 2013 à 05:42, Ivan Brusic ivan@brusic.com a écrit :

There was a commit regarding the plugin manager for 0.90.3, so I am assuming it is your issue: https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/issues/3245

You can always compile a local version of the PluginManager using the elasticsearch jar and running it with the class file first in your classpath.

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Ivan

On Sun, Jun 30, 2013 at 7:36 PM, zerocool vbzerocool@gmail.com wrote:
Hi all, I met a issue when using plugin script( for elasticsearch 0.90.2)

shell command:
./bin/plugin --url https://oss-es-plugins.s3.amazonaws.com/elasticsearch-jetty/elasticsearch-jetty-0.90.2.zip

the output is:
Usage:
-u, --url [plugin location] : Set exact URL to download the plugin from
-i, --install [plugin name] : Downloads and installs listed plugins [*]
-r, --remove [plugin name] : Removes listed plugins
-l, --list : List installed plugins
-v, --verbose : Prints verbose messages
-h, --help : Prints this help message

[*] Plugin name could be:
elasticsearch/plugin/version for official elasticsearch plugins (download from download.elasticsearch.org)
groupId/artifactId/version for community plugins (download from maven central or oss sonatype)
username/repository for site plugins (download from github master)

Message:
Command [--url] unknown.

and I tested the "-u" parameter , the output is same.

I checked the code of org.elasticsearch.plugins.PluginManager

the main method contains 2 loops , the first one handle the "-u" ,"--url" and "-v",
the second loop handle all the other commands except the "-u", the last if-else statements wll be ran when "-u" or "-url" is met.

if (command.equals("-i") || command.equals("--install")
......
} else if (command.equals("-r") || command.equals("--remove")
......
} else if (command.equals("-l") || command.equals("--list")) {
......
} else if (command.equals("-h") || command.equals("--help")) {
} else {
displayHelp("Command [" + args[c] + "] unknown.");
// Unknown command. We break...
System.exit(1);
}

I compared the code from 0.90.1 to 0.90.2 , this code introduced only for 0.90.2.

Please check if it is a code error or what I was doing wrong.

Many thanks,

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Thanks for you reply.

2013/7/1 Ivan Brusic [via ElasticSearch Users] <
ml-node+s115913n4037291h92@n3.nabble.com>

There was a commit regarding the plugin manager for 0.90.3, so I am
assuming it is your issue:
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/issues/3245

You can always compile a local version of the PluginManager using the
elasticsearch jar and running it with the class file first in your
classpath.

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On Sun, Jun 30, 2013 at 7:36 PM, zerocool <[hidden email]http://user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=4037291&i=0

wrote:

Hi all, I met a issue when using plugin script( for elasticsearch 0.90.2)

shell command:
./bin/plugin --url
https://oss-es-plugins.s3.amazonaws.com/elasticsearch-jetty/elasticsearch-jetty-0.90.2.zip
*
*
*
the output is:
Usage:
-u, --url [plugin location] : Set exact URL to download the
plugin from
-i, --install [plugin name] : Downloads and installs listed
plugins [
]
-r, --remove [plugin name] : Removes listed plugins
-l, --list : List installed plugins
-v, --verbose : Prints verbose messages
-h, --help : Prints this help message

[*] Plugin name could be:
elasticsearch/plugin/version for official elasticsearch plugins
(download from download.elasticsearch.org)
groupId/artifactId/version for community plugins (download from
maven central or oss sonatype)
username/repository for site plugins (download from github
master)

Message:
Command [--url] unknown.

and I tested the "-u" parameter , the output is same.

I checked the code of org.elasticsearch.plugins.PluginManager
*
*
the main method contains 2 loops , the first one handle the "-u"
,"--url" and "-v",
the second loop handle all the other commands except the "-u", the last
if-else statements wll be ran when "-u" or "-url" is met.

if (command.equals("-i") || command.equals("--install")
......
} else if (command.equals("-r") || command.equals("--remove")
......
} else if (command.equals("-l") || command.equals("--list")) {
......
} else if (command.equals("-h") || command.equals("--help")) {
} else {
displayHelp("Command [" + args[c] + "] unknown.");
// Unknown command. We break...
System.exit(1);
}

I compared the code from 0.90.1 to 0.90.2 , this code introduced only for
0.90.2.

Please check if it is a code error or what I was doing wrong.

Many thanks,

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