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plugin -remove deletes bin directory #3847

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dhepper opened this Issue Oct 8, 2013 · 2 comments

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commented Oct 8, 2013

I tried to install a plugin directly from disk, but used the wrong arguments. Totally my fault for not RTFM properly.

However, by following the instructions printed out by bin/plugin, I ended up deleting my $ES/bin directory.

$ pwd
/tmp/elasticsearch-0.90.5
$ ls
LICENSE.txt    NOTICE.txt     README.textile bin            config         lib
$ bin/plugin --install file:///tmp/foo.zip
-> Installing file:///tmp/foo.zip...
Failed to install file:///tmp/foo.zip, reason: plugin directory /tmp/elasticsearch-0.90.5/plugins already exists. To update the plugin, uninstall it first using -remove file:///tmp/foo.zip command
$ bin/plugin -remove file:///tmp/foo.zip
-> Removing file:///tmp/foo.zip
Removed file:///tmp/foo.zip
$ ls
LICENSE.txt    NOTICE.txt     README.textile config         lib

I reproduced the problem in 0.90.5 and the latest master.

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commented Oct 8, 2013

Thanks for raising that issue. Will fix it very soon!

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plugin -remove deletes bin directory
I tried to install a plugin directly from disk, but used the wrong arguments. Totally my fault for not RTFM properly.

However, by following the instructions printed out by `bin/plugin`, I ended up deleting my $ES/bin directory.

```
$ pwd
/tmp/elasticsearch-0.90.5
$ ls
LICENSE.txt    NOTICE.txt     README.textile bin            config         lib
$ bin/plugin --install file:///tmp/foo.zip
-> Installing file:///tmp/foo.zip...
Failed to install file:///tmp/foo.zip, reason: plugin directory /tmp/elasticsearch-0.90.5/plugins already exists. To update the plugin, uninstall it first using -remove file:///tmp/foo.zip command
$ bin/plugin -remove file:///tmp/foo.zip
-> Removing file:///tmp/foo.zip
Removed file:///tmp/foo.zip
$ ls
LICENSE.txt    NOTICE.txt     README.textile config         lib
```

I reproduced the problem in 0.90.5 and the latest master.
Closes #3847.

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commented Oct 8, 2013

Thanks. Fix pushed in 0.90 and master.

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mute pushed a commit to mute/elasticsearch that referenced this issue Jul 29, 2015

plugin -remove deletes bin directory
I tried to install a plugin directly from disk, but used the wrong arguments. Totally my fault for not RTFM properly.

However, by following the instructions printed out by `bin/plugin`, I ended up deleting my $ES/bin directory.

```
$ pwd
/tmp/elasticsearch-0.90.5
$ ls
LICENSE.txt    NOTICE.txt     README.textile bin            config         lib
$ bin/plugin --install file:///tmp/foo.zip
-> Installing file:///tmp/foo.zip...
Failed to install file:///tmp/foo.zip, reason: plugin directory /tmp/elasticsearch-0.90.5/plugins already exists. To update the plugin, uninstall it first using -remove file:///tmp/foo.zip command
$ bin/plugin -remove file:///tmp/foo.zip
-> Removing file:///tmp/foo.zip
Removed file:///tmp/foo.zip
$ ls
LICENSE.txt    NOTICE.txt     README.textile config         lib
```

I reproduced the problem in 0.90.5 and the latest master.
Closes elastic#3847.

mute pushed a commit to mute/elasticsearch that referenced this issue Jul 29, 2015

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