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Small changes to README.MD and .gitignore (#476)

* added es_sync_config.json and minified js to .gitignore

* reordered README.md to reflect that MySQL Binlogging must be enabled before running import_to_es.py
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tohsa 2018-04-23 00:27:09 -07:00 committed by Arylide
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# Application
/install/*
/config.py
/es_sync_config.json
/test_torrent_batch
# Build Output
nyaa/static/js/bootstrap-select.min.js
nyaa/static/js/main.min.js
# Other
*.swp

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@ -77,18 +77,6 @@ Continue below to learn about database migrations and enabling the advanced sear
- Run `curl -XGET 'localhost:9200'` and make sure ES is running
- Optional: install [Kibana](https://www.elastic.co/products/kibana) as a search debug frontend for ES
### Setting up ES
- Run `./create_es.sh` to create the indices for the torrents: `nyaa` and `sukebei`
- The output should show `acknowledged: true` twice
- Stop the Nyaa app if you haven't already
- Run `python import_to_es.py` to import all the torrents (on nyaa and sukebei) into the ES indices.
- This may take some time to run if you have plenty of torrents in your database.
Enable the `USE_ELASTIC_SEARCH` flag in `config.py` and (re)start the application.
Elasticsearch should now be functional! The ES indices won't be updated "live" with the current setup, continue below for instructions on how to hook Elasticsearch up to MySQL binlog.
However, take note that binglog is not necessary for simple ES testing and development; you can simply run `import_to_es.py` from time to time to reindex all the torrents.
### Enabling MySQL Binlogging
- Edit your MariaDB/MySQL server configuration and add the following under `[mariadb]`:
```
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- Verify that the result of `SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'binlog_format';` is `ROW`
- Execute `GRANT REPLICATION SLAVE ON *.* TO 'username'@'localhost';` to allow your configured user access to the binlog
### Setting up ES
- Run `./create_es.sh` to create the indices for the torrents: `nyaa` and `sukebei`
- The output should show `acknowledged: true` twice
- Stop the Nyaa app if you haven't already
- Run `python import_to_es.py` to import all the torrents (on nyaa and sukebei) into the ES indices.
- This may take some time to run if you have plenty of torrents in your database.
Enable the `USE_ELASTIC_SEARCH` flag in `config.py` and (re)start the application.
Elasticsearch should now be functional! The ES indices won't be updated "live" with the current setup, continue below for instructions on how to hook Elasticsearch up to MySQL binlog.
However, take note that binglog is not necessary for simple ES testing and development; you can simply run `import_to_es.py` from time to time to reindex all the torrents.
### Setting up sync_es.py
`sync_es.py` keeps the Elasticsearch indices updated by reading the binlog and pushing the changes to the ES indices.