Zen discovery gossip router?

I can't find any information in the guide nor google on how to setup a zen
gossip router. Can anyone help me out?

I really want to use elasticsearch, but I need to get over this one snag. :slight_smile:

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What do you mean by router?
ES doesn't have that concept so perhaps you are confusing it with something
else :slight_smile:

On 5 December 2014 at 06:06, Fernando Padilla fernman@gmail.com wrote:

I can't find any information in the guide nor google on how to setup a zen
gossip router. Can anyone help me out?

I really want to use elasticsearch, but I need to get over this one snag.
:slight_smile:

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Um, it does.. ZenDiscovery Unicast:

http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/modules-discovery-zen.html#unicast

It accepts a list of well known servers to drive it's "gossip" protocol. I
want to run free-standing servers/nodes with well known host:port combos.
The docs don't really talk about that at all.. do i really have to install
and run a full ES instance to accomplish this?

On Thursday, December 4, 2014 11:06:18 AM UTC-8, Fernando Padilla wrote:

I can't find any information in the guide nor google on how to setup a zen
gossip router. Can anyone help me out?

I really want to use elasticsearch, but I need to get over this one snag.
:slight_smile:

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So yeah, I probably mis-named it :slight_smile: from gossip-router to
gossip-server. But I think it still means the same thing :slight_smile:

On 12/4/14 2:52 PM, Fernando Padilla wrote:

Um, it does.. ZenDiscovery Unicast:

http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/modules-discovery-zen.html#unicast

It accepts a list of well known servers to drive it's "gossip" protocol.
I want to run free-standing servers/nodes with well known host:port
combos. The docs don't really talk about that at all.. do i really have
to install and run a full ES instance to accomplish this?

On Thursday, December 4, 2014 11:06:18 AM UTC-8, Fernando Padilla wrote:

I can't find any information in the guide nor google on how to setup
a zen gossip router.  Can anyone help me out?

I really want to use elasticsearch, but I need to get over this one
snag. :)

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I figured as much but wanted to make sure :slight_smile:

Essentially these are just plain old ES nodes, so you can pick a few at
random from your cluster and list them. It's not a specific, independent
server(s).

On 5 December 2014 at 09:54, Fernando Padilla fernman@gmail.com wrote:

So yeah, I probably mis-named it :slight_smile: from gossip-router to gossip-server.
But I think it still means the same thing :slight_smile:

On 12/4/14 2:52 PM, Fernando Padilla wrote:

Um, it does.. ZenDiscovery Unicast:

http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/en/elasticsearch/
reference/current/modules-discovery-zen.html#unicast

It accepts a list of well known servers to drive it's "gossip" protocol.
I want to run free-standing servers/nodes with well known host:port
combos. The docs don't really talk about that at all.. do i really have
to install and run a full ES instance to accomplish this?

On Thursday, December 4, 2014 11:06:18 AM UTC-8, Fernando Padilla wrote:

I can't find any information in the guide nor google on how to setup
a zen gossip router.  Can anyone help me out?

I really want to use elasticsearch, but I need to get over this one
snag. :)

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