Search::Elasticsearch::TestServer - A helper class to launch Elasticsearch nodes
use Search::Elasticsearch; use Search::Elasticsearch::TestServer; my $server = Search::Elasticsearch::TestServer->new( es_home => '/path/to/elasticsearch', ); my $nodes = $server->start; my $es = Search::Elasticsearch->new( nodes => $nodes ); # run tests $server->shutdown;
The Search::Elasticsearch::TestServer class can be used to launch one or more instances of Elasticsearch for testing purposes. The nodes will be shutdown automatically.
my $server = Search::Elasticsearch::TestServer->new( es_home => '/path/to/elasticsearch', instances => 1, http_port => 9600, es_port => 9700, conf => ['script.disable_dynamic=false'], );
Required. Must point to the Elasticsearch home directory, which contains
The number of nodes to start. Defaults to 1
The port to use for HTTP. If multiple instances are started, the
http_portwill be incremented for each subsequent instance. Defaults to 9600.
The port to use for Elasticsearch's internal transport. If multiple instances are started, the
es_portwill be incremented for each subsequent instance. Defaults to 9700
An array containing any extra startup options that should be passed to Elasticsearch.
$nodes = $server->start;
Starts the required instances and returns an array ref containing the IP and port of each node, suitable for passing to "new()" in Search::Elasticsearch:
$es = Search::Elasticsearch->new( nodes => $nodes );
Kills the running instances. This will be called automatically when
$server goes out of scope or if the program receives a
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COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is Copyright (c) 2016 by Elasticsearch BV.
This is free software, licensed under:
The Apache License, Version 2.0, January 2004