A Twisted ElasticSearch client loosely based on PyES

lextoumbourou, updated πŸ•₯ 2022-01-21 19:41:06


A Twisted Elasticsearch client loosely based on PyES.

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Before We Begin

This repo is simply a fork of txes <https://github.com/jkoelker/txes>, however, the API has changed enough that I believe a name change was warranted. I also am not representing it as a fork on Github to avoid getting it confused with the 12 other forks of txes that have taken the software in different directions. So for clarity: I am not the original author of this library, jkoelker <https://github.com/jkoelker> is. Thanks to all the other contributers who helped make this happen, listed in the Contributors_ section.


Available at Read The Docs <https://txes2.readthedocs.org/en/latest/>_.

.. _Contributors:


BSD (as per original project).


2.1.0 ^^^^^^

  • ES 5 compatibility thanks to @jwaterhouse.

2.0.1 ^^^^^^

  • Renamed ElasticSearch to Elasticsearch (old name will still be available for backwards compatilibity).
  • Add Elasticsearch.scroller method and converted scan method into a scroller with _doc ordering (thanks @bra-fsn).
  • Add Scroller.delete method for clearing scroller when finished.

2.0.0 ^^^^^^

  • Support for ES 2.x (tested on ES 2.4.2).

  • Removed more_like_this <https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/2.4/search-more-like-this.html>_ method.

  • Removed delete_by_query <https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/1.7/docs-delete-by-query.html>_ method.
  • Removed *_river <https://www.elastic.co/blog/deprecating-rivers>_ methods.
  • Removed create_index_if_missing method.
  • Removed delete_index_if_exists method.
  • Updated exception handling code.

0.6.0 (Unreleased) ^^^^^

  • Perform retries and ensure bad nodes are taken out of the pool.

0.5.0 ^^^^^

  • Add support for HTTP auth (for people using Shield or Nginx in front of ES).
  • Add support for HTTPS.

0.4.0 ^^^^^

  • Add support for script_file arg in partial_update (thanks @bra-fsn).
  • Ensure master-only nodes aren't included during Discovery (thanks @zsiddique).

0.3.0 ^^^^^

  • Fixed scan method (thanks @bra-fsn) and deprecated old methods.
  • Various bug fixes and test coverage increases.

0.2.3 ^^^^^

  • Check for connection pool before attempting to close it.
  • Fixed incorrect method names.
  • Small documentation fixes.

0.2.2 ^^^^^

  • Fixed small bug in partial_update method.

0.2.1 ^^^^^

  • Added partial_update method.

0.2.0 ^^^^^

  • Ensure query_params is used consistently across API.
  • Lots of test coverage.
  • Remove legacy methods.
  • Improved support for ES v1.x.

0.1.8 ^^^^^

  • Removed pip internals from setup.py all together.

0.1.7 ^^^^^

  • Ensure url path components are quoted.
  • Fixed used of Pip session (thanks @reversefold).

0.1.6 ^^^^^

  • Fixed issue with setup.py on Pip versions > 6.

0.1.5 ^^^^^

  • Fixed scan method.
  • Increased test coverage.

0.1.4 ^^^^^

  • Fixed delete_by_query method.
  • Increased test coverage.
  • Removed reindex method (relied on an obscure fork of ES).

0.1.3 ^^^^^

  • Split requirements into main/dev.
  • Use treq's persistent arg if no pool passed in.
  • Fixed broken requirements path.
  • Doc updates.

0.1.0 ^^^^^

  • PEP8ified API.
  • Added docs, tests & PyPi.


If you contribute to this project, feel free to add your name and/or Github username here.

  • Jason KΓΆlker (@jkoelker) <https://github.com/jkoelker>_ - original author
  • Zuhaib Siddique (@zsiddique) <https://github.com/zsiddique>_
  • Lex Toumbourou (@lextoumbourou) <https://github.com/lextoumbourou>_ - current maintainer
  • Jon Waterhouse (@jwaterhouse) <https://github.com/jwaterhouse>_ - ES 5 compatibility


Bump ipython from 2.3.1 to 7.16.3

opened on 2022-01-21 19:41:06 by dependabot[bot]

Bumps ipython from 2.3.1 to 7.16.3.

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any plan to port this to python3?

opened on 2017-03-26 11:37:04 by rolele

Hi I am getting this error while trying to run txes2

Traceback (most recent call last): File "consumer.py", line 14, in <module> from txes2 import ElasticSearch File "/usr/local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/txes2/__init__.py", line 1, in <module> from txes2.elasticsearch import ElasticSearch # noqa File "/usr/local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/txes2/elasticsearch.py", line 5, in <module> from . import connection, exceptions File "/usr/local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/txes2/connection.py", line 1, in <module> from . import connection_http File "/usr/local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/txes2/connection_http.py", line 6, in <module> from . import exceptions, utils File "/usr/local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/txes2/utils.py", line 4, in <module> from urllib import quote ImportError: cannot import name 'quote'

It seems that this is due to the fact that txes2 is not python3 compatible. Is there any plain to port this to python3?

RFC: Bulk requests should support flushing on a schedule, as well as at a doc count.

opened on 2016-06-27 06:59:32 by lextoumbourou

Currently, when passing bulk=True to index, we flush the bulk (ie send to ES) when we reach a certain count. Think it would be nice if we could do it on a schedule too eg: flush when the count reaches 1000 docs or 3 seconds elapses.

Interested to hear what other think, if anyone is actually reviewing these.

A ping method to check server status would be very nice

opened on 2015-10-12 05:06:59 by dpnova

As per the official python lib: https://github.com/elastic/elasticsearch-py/blob/140ebd022f2262262601fad0782dae91275b2875/elasticsearch/client/init.py#L184

It'd be great to check the status of the connection rather than silently passing and failing when running some other query later.