OpenSearch Ruby Client
- Sample Code
- Project Resources
- Transport Features
- Code of Conduct
- User Guide
- Compatibility with OpenSearch
- Developer Guide
Please see the USER_GUIDE for code snippets.
- Project Website
- Ruby Gems.
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- Project Principles
- Contributing to OpenSearch
- Maintainer Responsibilities
- Release Management
- Admin Responsibilities
The Transport layer of the client,
OpenSearch::Transport, provides the following features:
- Pluggable logging and tracing
- Pluggable connection selection strategies (round-robin, random, custom)
- Pluggable transport implementation, customizable and extendable
- Pluggable serializer implementation
- Request retries and dead connections handling
- Node reloading (based on cluster state) on errors or on demand
For optimal performance, use a HTTP library which supports persistent ("keep-alive") connections, such as Patron or Typhoeus. Most such HTTP libraries are used through the Faraday HTTP library and its adapters.
Include the library's gem and adapter gem, and require the library and adapter in your code, and it will be automatically used.
If you don't use Bundler, you may need to require the library explicitly (like
Currently these libraries will be automatically detected and used:
- Patron through faraday-patron
- Typhoeus through faraday-typhoeus for Faraday 2 or higher, or Faraday's built-in adapter for Faraday 1.
- HTTPClient through faraday-httpclient
- Net::HTTP::Persistent through faraday-net_http_persistent
Note on Typhoeus: You need to use v1.4.0 or up since older versions are not compatible with Faraday 1.0 or higher.
Note on Faraday: If you use Faraday 2.0 or higher, if the adapter is in a separate gem, you will likely need to declare that gem as well. Only the Net::HTTP adapter gem is included by default. Faraday 1.x includes most common adapter gems already.
opensearch-dsl library provides a Ruby API for the
OpenSearch Query DSL.
The library allows to programatically build complex search definitions for OpenSearch in Ruby, which are translated to Hashes, and ultimately, JSON, the language of OpenSearch.
All OpenSearch DSL features are supported, namely:
- Queries and Filter context
Code of Conduct
This project has adopted the Amazon Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ, or contact email@example.com with any additional questions or comments.
Compatibility with OpenSearch
If you discover a potential security issue in this project we ask that you notify AWS/Amazon Security via our vulnerability reporting page or directly via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not create a public GitHub issue.
This project is licensed under the Apache v2.0 License.
Copyright OpenSearch Contributors. See NOTICE for details.