elasticsearch-cli

Command-line client for Elasticsearch
README

This project provides a command line tool to query ElasticSearch clusters.

Installation

elasticsearch-cli can be installed with opam:

opam install elasticsearch-cli

Configuration file

The tool will look for a configuration file $XDG_HOME_CONFIG/es-cli/config.json when started
($XDG_HOME_CONFIG will be usually ~/.config; see XDG Base Directory Specification for more details).

An example configuration file:

{
  "clusters": {
    "cluster1": {
      "host": "cluster1.mydomain.com:9200"
    },
    "cluster2": {
      "host": "cluster2.mydomain.com:9200",
      "nodes": [
        "master",
        "data{0..9}",
        "client{0..4}"
      ]
    }
  }
}

With the above configuration file, it is possible to use alias names instead of full host names, for example:

es health cluster1 # show health for cluster1.mydomain.com:9200
es health # show health for all configured clusters
es search cluster2/myindex

Examples

Add or remove index alias

Add alias alias1 to myindex1 and alias alias2 to myindex2:

es alias cluster1.mydomain.com:9200 -a myindex1 alias1 -a myindex2 alias2

Remove alias alias1 to myindex1 and alias alias2 to myindex2:

es alias cluster1.mydomain.com:9200 -r myindex1 alias1 -r myindex2 alias2

Move index alias current from index-3 to index-4

es alias cluster1.mydomain.com:9200 -r index-3 current -a index-4 current

Get document by id

es get cluster1.mydomain.com:9200/myindex/doctype/docid

Check health of multiple clusters

es health cluster1.mydomain.com:9200 cluster2.mydomain.com:9200

Check nodes of a cluster

Expect data0...data9, client0...client4 and master nodes to be present):

es nodes cluster1.mydomain.com:9200 -h data{0..9} master client{0..4}

Expect all nodes listed for cluster mycluster in the elasticsearch-cli configuration to be present:

es nodes mycluster

Put document with or without id

es put cluster1.mydomain.com:9200/myindex/doctype/docid '{ "first_name": "John", "last_name": "Doe" }'
es put cluster1.mydomain.com:9200/myindex/doctype '{ "first_name": "Jane", "last_name": "Doe" }'
echo '{ "first_name": "Johnny", "last_name": "Doe" }' | es put cluster1.mydomain.com:9200/myindex/doctype/docid2

Check shard recovery status

Display shards which are not in DONE stage:

es recovery cluster1.mydomain.com:9200 -e stage done

Refresh indices

es refresh cluster1.mydomain.com:9200 myindex1 myindex2

Query/search documents in an index

Search the index myindex for documents containing "Hello world!" in the title field. Return fields
field1 and field2 of the document with the most recent value of the updated_at field:

es search cluster1.mydomain.com:9200 myindex -i field1,field2 -s updated_at:desc -n 1 -q 'title:"Hello world!"'

Search the index myindex for documents containing 12345 in the field1 field. Return 10 documents' sources,
omitting the boringfield field.

es search cluster1.mydomain.com:9200 myindex -e boringfield -n 10 -f source '{"query":{"term":{"field1":12345}}}'

Show the number of documents in the index myindex with field field1 value greater or equal to 10:

es search cluster1.mydomain.com:9200 myindex -n 0 -c -q 'field1:>=10'
Install
Published
08 Apr 2019
Sources
0.5.tar.gz
md5=1ad7f62a2c379581c01b85bfa4f58bd9
Dependencies
atdgen
>= "1.6.0"
re2
>= "v0.9.0"
lwt
>= "3.2.0"
extlib
>= "1.7.1"
devkit
>= "1.0"
dune
>= "1.5"
mybuild
build
ocaml
>= "4.01.0"
Reverse Dependencies