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Today we are pleased to announce the release of Elasticsearch 6.1.3, based on Lucene 7.1.0, and 5.6.7 based on Lucene 6.6.1.
Today we are pleased to announce the release of Elasticsearch 6.1.0, based on Lucene 7.1.0.
Mapping types are going away. Elasticsearch 6.0 supports a single mapping type per index only - it represents the first step to removing types altogether.