We have just released Rally 1.4.0. Some of the highlights of this release:
The ability to use the bundled JDK that comes with Elasticsearch, rather than relying on a user supplied JVM.
The addition of subcommands to manage elasticsearch. Now you can manage the lifecycle of an Elasticsearch cluster with these new commands. These commands are experimental and subject to change in future versions.
Finally, we have added Python 3.8 support to Rally.
There are also some breaking changes that can be viewed in the migration docs.
Please see the 1.4.0 release page for all details.
- ... upgrade:
pip3 install --upgrade esrally
- ... install:
pip3 install esrally
Please follow the quickstart for a first time install.
Questions and Feedback
If you have questions or feedback, please just post in the Rally forum.