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Short Description
Elasticsearch preconfigured for Neos using Flowpack.ElasticSearch.ContentRepositoryAdaptor
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ElasticSearch 2 for Neos Package "Flowpack.ElasticSearch.ContentRepositoryAdaptor"

What is it?

This image provides a ElasticSearch instance (Version 2) preconfigured for the Neos Package Flowpack.ElasticSearch.ContentRepository

Getting started

  1. Install all required Packages in Neos. See documentation here
  2. Start a container using this image:

     docker run --name neos-elasticsearch -p 9200:9200 -p 9300:9300 nikdro/elasticsearch-neos #foreground
     docker run -d --name neos-elasticsearch -p 9200:9200 -p 9300:9300 nikdro/elasticsearch-neos #detached
    
  3. Add configuration to Neos (if docker isn't running on localhost)

    Configuration/Settings.yaml:

     Flowpack:
       ElasticSearch:
         clients:
           default:
             - host: 1.2.3.4 #Ip of your Docker-Host
               port: 9200 #Selected port (if not default)
               username: ''
               password: ''
    
  4. Create index

     ./flow nodeindex:build #all workspaces
     ./flow nodeindex:build --workspace live #only "live" workspace
    
  5. Be HAPPY! :-)


Advanced Setup

Make ElasticSearch accessible form other hosts

If you are running docker on another Host than Neos, you can make it accessible to other hosts.
Just add 0.0.0.0 to host port:

docker run -d --name neos-elasticsearch -p 0.0.0.0:9200:9200 -p 0.0.0.0:9301:9300 nikdro/elasticsearch-neos

Please note step 3 of Getting started to configure Neos...

Save indexes to host

For productive systems, it can be very helpful to store the files of ElasticSearch on the host-system.
This allows a new container to use the existing index and you don't have to rebuild any index after creating a new container.

Just add a volume to your start-command:

docker run --name neos-elasticsearch -p 9200:9200 -p 9300:9300 -v ./es-data:/usr/share/elasticsearch/data nikdro/elasticsearch-neos

Elastic HQ

The container shipps Elastic HQ. It can be used to browse and monitor your indexes.
To open the Webinterfache of Elastic HQ, just navigate your browser to http://localhost:9200/_plugin/hq/.
(If your container does not run locally, replace localhost with IP/Host of the server)

Questions? Need Help?

There is a Slack-channel for questions about (Elastic)Search at Neos' Slack: http://slack.neos.io/ #guild-search

Maintainer

Niklas Droste (nikdro)

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