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Where is Elasticsearch storing data

John Adams
I cannot find any info on where Elasticsearch is storing it's data.
I would like to manage this potentially valuable information.
Where, how big, how to back it up, restore it, etc.
Then on to clusters, etc..

Thanks,
     John

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Re: Where is Elasticsearch storing data

dadoonet
by default in path.data dir.
In zip or tar.gz distribution, it’s in "data" dir


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Le 27 mai 2015 à 17:25, John Adams <[hidden email]> a écrit :

I cannot find any info on where Elasticsearch is storing it's data.
I would like to manage this potentially valuable information.
Where, how big, how to back it up, restore it, etc.
Then on to clusters, etc..

Thanks,
     John

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Re: Where is Elasticsearch storing data

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On 28 May 2015 at 01:27, David Pilato <[hidden email]> wrote:
by default in path.data dir.
In zip or tar.gz distribution, it’s in "data" dir


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Le 27 mai 2015 à 17:25, John Adams <[hidden email]> a écrit :

I cannot find any info on where Elasticsearch is storing it's data.
I would like to manage this potentially valuable information.
Where, how big, how to back it up, restore it, etc.
Then on to clusters, etc..

Thanks,
     John

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Re: Where is Elasticsearch storing data

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I similarly can't find where the data is stored.  We have it running with ES-yarn though.  This article says that the data is only stored in container storage by default (we haven't changed any settings):

https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/hadoop/master/ey-setup.html

However, the data is definitely persisting somehow between restarts so it has to be stored somewhere.  We just can't find where.  There is no "path.data" dir and also there's no "/var/lib/elasticsearch/data" dir like I've seen on other posts. And we can't find it in hdfs either.

So can anyone please point me to where we might be able to find the data? If it helps, we are loading indexes from both hive and from logstash directly.

Thanks,
Jim

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by default in path.data dir.
In zip or tar.gz distribution, it’s in "data" dir


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I cannot find any info on where Elasticsearch is storing it's data.
I would like to manage this potentially valuable information.
Where, how big, how to back it up, restore it, etc.
Then on to clusters, etc..

Thanks,
     John

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Re: Where is Elasticsearch storing data

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Thank you, I will check it out.



On Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 8:27:23 AM UTC-7, David Pilato wrote:
by default in path.data dir.
In zip or tar.gz distribution, it’s in "data" dir


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Le 27 mai 2015 à 17:25, John Adams <<a href="javascript:" target="_blank" gdf-obfuscated-mailto="MTGzpm-B2B8J" rel="nofollow" onmousedown="this.href='javascript:';return true;" onclick="this.href='javascript:';return true;">jada...@...> a écrit :

I cannot find any info on where Elasticsearch is storing it's data.
I would like to manage this potentially valuable information.
Where, how big, how to back it up, restore it, etc.
Then on to clusters, etc..

Thanks,
     John

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Re: Where is Elasticsearch storing data

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If you query "_nodes?pretty | grep data" you will see a value, that's where the data is.


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On 29 May 2015 at 00:31, Jim Malone <[hidden email]> wrote:
I similarly can't find where the data is stored.  We have it running with ES-yarn though.  This article says that the data is only stored in container storage by default (we haven't changed any settings):


However, the data is definitely persisting somehow between restarts so it has to be stored somewhere.  We just can't find where.  There is no "path.data" dir and also there's no "/var/lib/elasticsearch/data" dir like I've seen on other posts. And we can't find it in hdfs either.

So can anyone please point me to where we might be able to find the data? If it helps, we are loading indexes from both hive and from logstash directly.

Thanks,
Jim

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by default in path.data dir.
In zip or tar.gz distribution, it’s in "data" dir


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Le 27 mai 2015 à 17:25, John Adams <[hidden email]> a écrit :

I cannot find any info on where Elasticsearch is storing it's data.
I would like to manage this potentially valuable information.
Where, how big, how to back it up, restore it, etc.
Then on to clusters, etc..

Thanks,
     John

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Re: Where is Elasticsearch storing data

Jim Malone
Thank you, that little query is very helpful.  Although there isn't any actual "data" property anywhere in the response.  I'm guessing it's cause our data is still just cached, and it appears to be in the "home" directory.  Now we just have to figure out how to set the data dir using es-yarn so that it's stored on the local nodes permanently.  Haven't had luck finding that yet.

And I will use the new forum going forward, just wanted to continue on this thread instead of starting a new one.

Jim

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If you query "_nodes?pretty | grep data" you will see a value, that's where the data is.


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I similarly can't find where the data is stored.  We have it running with ES-yarn though.  This article says that the data is only stored in container storage by default (we haven't changed any settings):

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However, the data is definitely persisting somehow between restarts so it has to be stored somewhere.  We just can't find where.  There is no "path.data" dir and also there's no "/var/lib/elasticsearch/data" dir like I've seen on other posts. And we can't find it in hdfs either.

So can anyone please point me to where we might be able to find the data? If it helps, we are loading indexes from both hive and from logstash directly.

Thanks,
Jim

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by default in path.data dir.
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I cannot find any info on where Elasticsearch is storing it's data.
I would like to manage this potentially valuable information.
Where, how big, how to back it up, restore it, etc.
Then on to clusters, etc..

Thanks,
     John

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Re: Where is Elasticsearch storing data

dadoonet
To answer to the initial question, I would not really worry about having acces to the data dir.

There are APIs for that. Nodes Stats and Nodes Info should give you all metrics you need.
Snapshot and restore should help for backups.

HTH

David

Le 29 mai 2015 à 03:04, Jim Malone <[hidden email]> a écrit :

Thank you, that little query is very helpful.  Although there isn't any actual "data" property anywhere in the response.  I'm guessing it's cause our data is still just cached, and it appears to be in the "home" directory.  Now we just have to figure out how to set the data dir using es-yarn so that it's stored on the local nodes permanently.  Haven't had luck finding that yet.

And I will use the new forum going forward, just wanted to continue on this thread instead of starting a new one.

Jim

On Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 6:10:49 PM UTC-4, Mark Walkom wrote:
If you query "_nodes?pretty | grep data" you will see a value, that's where the data is.


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I similarly can't find where the data is stored.  We have it running with ES-yarn though.  This article says that the data is only stored in container storage by default (we haven't changed any settings):

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However, the data is definitely persisting somehow between restarts so it has to be stored somewhere.  We just can't find where.  There is no "path.data" dir and also there's no "/var/lib/elasticsearch/data" dir like I've seen on other posts. And we can't find it in hdfs either.

So can anyone please point me to where we might be able to find the data? If it helps, we are loading indexes from both hive and from logstash directly.

Thanks,
Jim

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by default in path.data dir.
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Le 27 mai 2015 à 17:25, John Adams <[hidden email]> a écrit :

I cannot find any info on where Elasticsearch is storing it's data.
I would like to manage this potentially valuable information.
Where, how big, how to back it up, restore it, etc.
Then on to clusters, etc..

Thanks,
     John

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