RepositoryMissingException


(Shawn Mullen) #1

I have an ElasticSearch instance running on my local machine. I installed
the S3 plugin so I can do backup and restore operation to/from S3.

I tried to follow the documentation on how to set this up. I was able to
register a snapshot repository and I have a bucket in S3 created just for
backups. When I do a /_all I see the current repo settings. So, at this
point all looks fine. However, when I try to create a snapshot it fails
with RepositoryMissingException.

This is what I get for a /_all:

{
"statlogs -d": {
"type": "s3",
"settings": {
"region": "us-east",
"bucket": "",
"access_key": "",
"secret_key": ""
}
}
}

This is what I am sending when I try to do a snapshot:

PUT /_snapshot/statlogs/snapshot_1 -d
{
"indices": ["statexceptionlog"],
"ignore_unavailable": "true",
"include_global_state": false
}

I am using Sense to send the commands.

I'm assuming I am getting the error because of something wrong with my S3
settings but I don't know what it would be. I'm making this assumption
because the /_all returns data (but I guess that could be wrong). Any
ideas on what the issue might be? What exactly causes
RepositoryMissingException?

Thanks.

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(David Pilato) #2

What is this -d in "statlogs -d"?

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Le 13 juin 2014 à 03:58, Shawn Mullen shawnmullen2@gmail.com a écrit :

I have an ElasticSearch instance running on my local machine. I installed the S3 plugin so I can do backup and restore operation to/from S3.

I tried to follow the documentation on how to set this up. I was able to register a snapshot repository and I have a bucket in S3 created just for backups. When I do a /_all I see the current repo settings. So, at this point all looks fine. However, when I try to create a snapshot it fails with RepositoryMissingException.

This is what I get for a /_all:

{
"statlogs -d": {
"type": "s3",
"settings": {
"region": "us-east",
"bucket": "",
"access_key": "",
"secret_key": ""
}
}
}

This is what I am sending when I try to do a snapshot:

PUT /_snapshot/statlogs/snapshot_1 -d
{
"indices": ["statexceptionlog"],
"ignore_unavailable": "true",
"include_global_state": false
}

I am using Sense to send the commands.

I'm assuming I am getting the error because of something wrong with my S3 settings but I don't know what it would be. I'm making this assumption because the /_all returns data (but I guess that could be wrong). Any ideas on what the issue might be? What exactly causes RepositoryMissingException?

Thanks.

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(Shawn Mullen-2) #3

good question. that is what is being returned when I make the call. but
your question gave me an idea as to what the problem is.

thanks.
On Jun 12, 2014 11:32 PM, "David Pilato" david@pilato.fr wrote:

What is this -d in "statlogs -d"?

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Le 13 juin 2014 à 03:58, Shawn Mullen shawnmullen2@gmail.com a écrit :

I have an ElasticSearch instance running on my local machine. I installed
the S3 plugin so I can do backup and restore operation to/from S3.

I tried to follow the documentation on how to set this up. I was able to
register a snapshot repository and I have a bucket in S3 created just for
backups. When I do a /_all I see the current repo settings. So, at this
point all looks fine. However, when I try to create a snapshot it fails
with RepositoryMissingException.

This is what I get for a /_all:

{
"statlogs -d": {
"type": "s3",
"settings": {
"region": "us-east",
"bucket": "",
"access_key": "",
"secret_key": ""
}
}
}

This is what I am sending when I try to do a snapshot:

PUT /_snapshot/statlogs/snapshot_1 -d
{
"indices": ["statexceptionlog"],
"ignore_unavailable": "true",
"include_global_state": false
}

I am using Sense to send the commands.

I'm assuming I am getting the error because of something wrong with my S3
settings but I don't know what it would be. I'm making this assumption
because the /_all returns data (but I guess that could be wrong). Any
ideas on what the issue might be? What exactly causes
RepositoryMissingException?

Thanks.

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(Shawn Mullen) #4

Well, that was it. I copied the sample PUT from the elasticsearch web
site, which of course uses curl, and did not take out the -d. Definitely
helps to have another pair of eyes. I was looking at that all day and
didn't see the -d. Thanks for your help.

Shawn

On Friday, June 13, 2014 5:35:45 AM UTC-6, Shawn Mullen wrote:

good question. that is what is being returned when I make the call. but
your question gave me an idea as to what the problem is.

thanks.
On Jun 12, 2014 11:32 PM, "David Pilato" wrote:

What is this -d in "statlogs -d"?

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Twitter : @dadoonet / @elasticsearchfr / @scrutmydocs

Le 13 juin 2014 à 03:58, Shawn Mullen

I have an ElasticSearch instance running on my local machine. I
installed the S3 plugin so I can do backup and restore operation to/from S3.

I tried to follow the documentation on how to set this up. I was able to
register a snapshot repository and I have a bucket in S3 created just for
backups. When I do a /_all I see the current repo settings. So, at this
point all looks fine. However, when I try to create a snapshot it fails
with RepositoryMissingException.

This is what I get for a /_all:

{
"statlogs -d": {
"type": "s3",
"settings": {
"region": "us-east",
"bucket": "",
"access_key": "",
"secret_key": ""
}
}
}

This is what I am sending when I try to do a snapshot:

PUT /_snapshot/statlogs/snapshot_1 -d
{
"indices": ["statexceptionlog"],
"ignore_unavailable": "true",
"include_global_state": false
}

I am using Sense to send the commands.

I'm assuming I am getting the error because of something wrong with my S3
settings but I don't know what it would be. I'm making this assumption
because the /_all returns data (but I guess that could be wrong). Any
ideas on what the issue might be? What exactly causes
RepositoryMissingException?

Thanks.

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