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elasticsearch command to run in foreground by default, -d to daemonize #4392

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kimchy opened this issue Dec 10, 2013 · 2 comments
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elasticsearch command to run in foreground by default, -d to daemonize #4392

kimchy opened this issue Dec 10, 2013 · 2 comments
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@kimchy kimchy commented Dec 10, 2013

For 1.0, it might be a good chance to change how we run the elasticsearch command by default. Feels like the default should be in the foreground, and we should daemonize only with a -d.

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@ongardie ongardie commented Dec 11, 2013

Agreed. I was also a bit hesitant to use "-f" initially, since it usually means force.

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@dweiss dweiss commented Dec 19, 2013

Oh God, thank you, thank you for this... The background mode by default (without any message to the console) was so confusing.

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Instead of using the '-f' parameter to start elasticsearch in the
foreground, this is now the default modus.

In order to start elasticsearch in the background, the '-d' parameter
can be used.

Closes elastic#4392
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