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Progress Update: May 24, 2016

I know I’ve recently posted about a few of my upcoming goals, but since then I’ve fiddled with a number of things since then and have some updates on my progress. 435 more words

Computer Science

[DajSięPoznać#19] Elasticsearch, Microsoft Azure, Docker, elasticdump

Wstęp

Do rozwiazań chmurowych dziś nikogo nie trzeba przekonywać. Liderem w ostatnich latach wydaje się być Azure, dlatego to jego w pierwszej kolejności warto wypróbować . 313 more words

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Setting Elasticsearch Heap Size in Windows

Elasticsearch has an option to configure the memory which is used by elasticsearch java process.

The memory can be configured using various Environmental Variables.

The default Heap Size of an elasticsearch process in 1gb. 209 more words

Elasticsearch

ELK Commands

Elastic Search

$ ./elasticsearch – run

$ ./plugin -install lmenezes/elasticsearch-kopf – install plugin

localhost:9200/_search

localhost:9200/_plugin/kopf

logstash:

$ ./logstash -e ‘input{stdin{}} output{stdout{}}’ – Start

$ ./logstash -e ‘input{stdin{}} output{stdout{codec => rubydebug}}’ 24 more words

DevOps

Introduction to ElasticSearch in Scala

Elasticsearch is a real-time distributed search and analytics engine built on top of Apache Lucene. It is used for full-text search, structured search and analytics. 721 more words

Scala

ElasticSearch using Java

Here is how to access ElasticSearch cluster from a java program:

public class TestConnectES{

public void init(){

Settings settings = Settings.settingsBuilder()
.put(“client.transport.sniff”, true)
.put(“cluster.name”, “<your_cluster_name_here>”).build(); 127 more words

Solutions

State of WordPress.com Elasticsearch Systems 2016

We get asked periodically about how extensively we are using Elasticsearch. And it has come up twice in the past week, so time to write a blog post. 893 more words