Which UI tool is good for adjusting templates for the future indices?

We have different indexes for different log types and one index of each
type is generated every day.

What I'm looking for is some convenient to use user interface to see things
like "How many shards are allocated for particular index" (a ton of tools
can show me that) and then I want to create (or adjust) template for that
index type to allocate different number of shards.

Another example - I want to see how all the types are mapped and again
adjust that for future indices.

So far all the tools I could find only show something, but are not suitable
for changing the template.

Besides GUI we probably need some command line tooling too, in order to
preserve the settings and be able to configure new cluster from scratch.
The complication is that we run everything on Windows.

Any tooling advice would be very much appreciated.

Thank you!
Konstantin

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There isn't a GUI tool for editing templates that I have found, though I
imagine if you added a feature request to kopf/elastichq/etc you might get
it filled.
And it's hard to go past curl for the CLI or even
https://github.com/elasticsearch/es2unix for *nix, but Windows is another
world in that regards.

Regards,
Mark Walkom

Infrastructure Engineer
Campaign Monitor
email: markw@campaignmonitor.com
web: www.campaignmonitor.com

On 12 September 2014 05:03, Konstantin Erman konste@gmail.com wrote:

We have different indexes for different log types and one index of each
type is generated every day.

What I'm looking for is some convenient to use user interface to see
things like "How many shards are allocated for particular index" (a ton of
tools can show me that) and then I want to create (or adjust) template for
that index type to allocate different number of shards.

Another example - I want to see how all the types are mapped and again
adjust that for future indices.

So far all the tools I could find only show something, but are not
suitable for changing the template.

Besides GUI we probably need some command line tooling too, in order to
preserve the settings and be able to configure new cluster from scratch.
The complication is that we run everything on Windows.

Any tooling advice would be very much appreciated.

Thank you!
Konstantin

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