Async backend for elasticsearch-py
Sniffing (when requested) is also done via a scheduled coroutine.
import asyncio from elasticsearch_async import AsyncElasticsearch client = AsyncElasticsearch(hosts=['localhost', 'other-host']) @asyncio.coroutine def print_info(): info = yield from client.info() print(info) loop = asyncio.get_event_loop() loop.run_until_complete(print_info()) loop.close() client.transport.close()
AsyncElasticsearch introduces one extra parameter loop which can be used to pass in an event loop you wish the client to use. By default asyncio.get_event_loop() will be used.
elasticsearch-async is available via PyPI so you can install it using pip:
pip install elasticsearch-async
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