Category : elasticsearch-py

I have a user specific json, that provides info as to what fields and documents should be accessible by particular user for a particular index. Now whenever that user tries to load that index in python workspace using elasticsearch-py client, they should only be able to access and modify those fields and documents and not ..

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I am trying this method of es-python to create key and value to an existing index of ES from elasticsearch import Elasticsearch elastic.update(index=’cities’,doc_type=doc_type,id=1 ,body={‘doc’:{‘city’:{‘username’:’Tom’}},’doc_as_upsert’:True}) But getting error maybe am unable to understand the mapping/schema right or something else, because I have just started using it 1 day ago in emergency. Please share your thoughts on ..

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There are many sample implementations of the elasticsearch Python client in the documentation. es = Elasticsearch() es = Elasticsearch( [‘localhost:443’, ‘other_host:443’], # turn on SSL use_ssl=True, # no verify SSL certificates verify_certs=False, # don’t show warnings about ssl certs verification ssl_show_warn=False ) es = Elasticsearch( [‘esnode1’, ‘esnode2’], # sniff before doing anything sniff_on_start=True, # refresh ..

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I’m trying to load the data into AWS elasticsearch using python Here is what I’m doing I have connected to AWS auth and Elasticsearch service using the elasticsearch module and used the elasticsearch endpoint as host. here is the code: awsauth = AWS4Auth(credentials.access_key, credentials.secret_key, region, service) es = Elasticsearch( hosts = [{‘host’: host, ‘port’: 443}], ..

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I have my elastic search with cognito authentication enabled for kibana. This is working fine as expected. In my python script I connect to elasticsearch by providing username/password in http_auth(), while creating the connection object. But when I attempt to check if an indices exist, am getting authentication error? Can someone please help. Heres the ..

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