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Updated abuse filtering scripts.
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README.md

Ahmia index

Ahmia search engine use elasticsearch to index content.

Installation

  • Please install elastic search 6.2+ from the official repository thanks to the official guide
  • Install python3, python3-pip.
  • Install python packages required, preferably in a virtualenv, with:
pip install -r requirements.txt

Ensure that you default version is python3:

python --version

Configuration

example.env contains some default values that should work out of the box. Copy this to .env to create your own instance of environment settings:

cp example.env .env

Review the .env file to ensure that it fits your needs. Make any modifications needed there.

Elasticsearch

Default configuration is enough to run index in dev mode. Here is suggestion for a more secure configuration

/etc/security/limits.conf

elasticsearch - nofile unlimited
elasticsearch - memlock unlimited

/etc/default/elasticsearch

on CentOS/RH: /etc/sysconfig/elasticsearch

ES_HEAP_SIZE=2g # Half of your memory, other half is for Lucene
MAX_OPEN_FILES=1065535
MAX_LOCKED_MEMORY=unlimited

/etc/elasticsearch/elasticsearch.yml

bootstrap.mlockall: true
script.engine.groovy.inline.update: on
script.engine.groovy.inline.aggs: on

Start the service

# systemctl start elasticsearch
curl -XPUT 'http://localhost:9200/_all/_settings?preserve_existing=true' -d '{
  "index.max_result_window" : "30000"
}'

Init mappings

Please do this when running for the first time

$ bash setup_index.sh

Alternatively you could set up the indices manually, somehow like this:

$ curl -XPUT -i "localhost:9200/tor-2018-01/" -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d "@./mappings_tor.json"
$ curl -XPUT -i "localhost:9200/i2p-2018-01/" -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d "@./mappings_i2p.json"
$ curl -XPUT -i "localhost:9200/tor-2018-02/" -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d "@./mappings_tor.json"
$ curl -XPUT -i "localhost:9200/i2p-2018-02/" -H 'Content-Type: application/json' -d "@./mappings_i2p.json"
...
...

Keep latest-tor, latest-i2p aliases pointed to latest monthly indices

This needs to be the first time you deploy and then once per month

$ python point_to_indexes.py

Filter some abuse sites

$ bash call_filtering.sh

Crontab

# Every day
50 09 * * * cd /usr/local/home/juha/ahmia-index && bash call_filtering.sh > ./filter.log 2>&1
# First of Each Month:
10 04 01 * * cd /usr/local/home/juha/ahmia-index && python point_to_indexes.py --add > ./add_alias.log 2>&1
# On 16th of Each Month
10 04 16 * * cd /usr/local/home/juha/ahmia-index && python point_to_indexes.py --rm > ./remove_alias.log 2>&1