Scripts reload on demand


(Thomas) #1

Hi,

I was wondering whether there is a way to reload the scripts on demand
provided under config/scripts. I'm facing a weird situation were although
the documentation describes that the scripts are loaded every xx amount of
time (configuration) I do not see that happening and there is no way to see
a new script I put unless I restart my node(s). Is there a curl request to
be able to force reload the scripts? Additionally, is there any curl
command that can display which scripts are loaded into ES Node and which
are not?

I use elasticsearch 1.1.1 and my scripts are in Groovy (with groovy lang
plugin installed)

Thank you

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(Alexander Reelsen) #2

Hey,

can you still reproduce this with the latest 1.1.2 (or even 1.2.0) release?
If so, please file a bug report (and all the steps to reproduce). Thanks!

--Alex

On Thu, May 8, 2014 at 5:45 PM, Thomas thomas.bolis@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

I was wondering whether there is a way to reload the scripts on demand
provided under config/scripts. I'm facing a weird situation were although
the documentation describes that the scripts are loaded every xx amount of
time (configuration) I do not see that happening and there is no way to see
a new script I put unless I restart my node(s). Is there a curl request to
be able to force reload the scripts? Additionally, is there any curl
command that can display which scripts are loaded into ES Node and which
are not?

I use elasticsearch 1.1.1 and my scripts are in Groovy (with groovy lang
plugin installed)

Thank you

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(system) #3