Segment node from cluster

I have a 0.20.6 cluster and want to move to 0.90 and need to test.

My plan was to add a new node into the .20 cluster, add replicas for all
the shards to the new node, wait for "green", segment the new node from the
cluster (break ec2 discovery) and restart the new node, then update.

Adding the node and replicating all went fine. The issue I have is when I
start the new node without being in the cluster all the shards are
unassigned (viewing via head), through the "index" are there?

Any ideas why and how to resolve?

Thanks!

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Hello,

Any clues in the logs? If not, can you change logging.yml for more verbose
logging and see what they say?

BTW, another option for migrating might be to start 0.90 on a different
cluster, and run a
scrollhttp://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/reference/api/search/scroll/though
all your existing data, re-indexing it to your new cluster.

Best regards,
Radu

http://sematext.com/ -- ElasticSearch -- Solr -- Lucene

On Thu, May 9, 2013 at 5:02 PM, Kubes philip@freepricealerts.com wrote:

I have a 0.20.6 cluster and want to move to 0.90 and need to test.

My plan was to add a new node into the .20 cluster, add replicas for all
the shards to the new node, wait for "green", segment the new node from the
cluster (break ec2 discovery) and restart the new node, then update.

Adding the node and replicating all went fine. The issue I have is when I
start the new node without being in the cluster all the shards are
unassigned (viewing via head), through the "index" are there?

Any ideas why and how to resolve?

Thanks!

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