Result Bulk indexing


(pablo3027) #1

I am developing a method who index a plenty of documents on one index.
The problem it's this... there is a way to manage the result from this bulk
indexing process (what documents was been indexed right ...???).

I need to know because i want to save the real state of the elasticsearch
indexation from those documents on my database.

Thanks.

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(Luca Cavanna) #2

You can use the bulk api to send multiple write requests to elasticsearch.
What you get back is a list of action responses, in the same order you
provided the write requests, that tells you how each operation went.

On Wednesday, November 20, 2013 3:38:57 PM UTC+1, Pablo Blasco wrote:

I am developing a method who index a plenty of documents on one index.
The problem it's this... there is a way to manage the result from this
bulk indexing process (what documents was been indexed right ...???).

I need to know because i want to save the real state of the elasticsearch
indexation from those documents on my database.

Thanks.

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(pablo3027) #3

Thanks. I am using the bulk but i dont know the meaning from the result.

2013/11/21 Luca Cavanna cavannaluca@gmail.com

You can use the bulk api to send multiple write requests to elasticsearch.
What you get back is a list of action responses, in the same order you
provided the write requests, that tells you how each operation went.

On Wednesday, November 20, 2013 3:38:57 PM UTC+1, Pablo Blasco wrote:

I am developing a method who index a plenty of documents on one index.
The problem it's this... there is a way to manage the result from this
bulk indexing process (what documents was been indexed right ...???).

I need to know because i want to save the real state of the
elasticsearch indexation from those documents on my database.

Thanks.

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Saludos,
Pablo Blasco Martinavarro.

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(Luca Cavanna) #4

Could you be more specific regarding what is not clear in the bulk response
and how I can help you?

Cheers
Luca

On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 8:27 AM, Pablo Blasco pablo3027@gmail.com wrote:

Thanks. I am using the bulk but i dont know the meaning from the result.

2013/11/21 Luca Cavanna cavannaluca@gmail.com

You can use the bulk api to send multiple write requests to
elasticsearch. What you get back is a list of action responses, in the same
order you provided the write requests, that tells you how each operation
went.

On Wednesday, November 20, 2013 3:38:57 PM UTC+1, Pablo Blasco wrote:

I am developing a method who index a plenty of documents on one index.
The problem it's this... there is a way to manage the result from this
bulk indexing process (what documents was been indexed right ...???).

I need to know because i want to save the real state of the
elasticsearch indexation from those documents on my database.

Thanks.

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Saludos,
Pablo Blasco Martinavarro.

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