WARNING: Version 5.0 of Elasticsearch has passed its EOL date.
This documentation is no longer being maintained and may be removed. If you are running this version, we strongly advise you to upgrade. For the latest information, see the current release documentation.
This section discusses the changes that you need to be aware of when migrating your application to Elasticsearch 5.0.
(compatible with Elasticsearch 2.3.0 and above) will help you to find issues
that need to be addressed when upgrading to Elasticsearch 5.0.
Elasticsearch 5.0 can read indices created in version 2.0 or above. An Elasticsearch 5.0 node will not start in the presence of indices created in a version of Elasticsearch before 2.0.
Reindex indices from Elasticseach 1.x or before
Indices created in Elasticsearch 1.x or before will need to be reindexed with
Elasticsearch 2.x or 5.x in order to be readable by Elasticsearch 5.x. It is not
sufficient to use the
upgrade API. See Reindex to upgrade for more details.
The first time Elasticsearch 5.0 starts, it will automatically rename index folders to use the index UUID instead of the index name. If you are using shadow replicas with shared data folders, first start a single node with access to all data folders, and let it rename all index folders before starting other nodes in the cluster.
- Search and Query DSL changes
- Mapping changes
- Percolator changes
- Suggester changes
- Index APIs changes
- Document API changes
- Settings changes
- Allocation changes
- HTTP changes
- REST API changes
- CAT API changes
- Java API changes
- Plugin changes
- Filesystem related changes
- Aggregation changes
- Script related changes