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Project Description

es2csv

A CLI tool for exporting data from Elasticsearch into a CSV file

Command line utility, written in Python, for querying Elasticsearch in Lucene query syntax or Query DSL syntax and exporting result as documents into a CSV file. This tool can query bulk docs in multiple indices and get only selected fields, this reduces query execution time.

Quick Look Demo

Installation

>From source:

$ pip install git+https://github.com/taraslayshchuk/es2csv.git

>From pip:

$ pip install es2csv

Usage

$ es2csv [-h] -q QUERY [-u URL] [-a AUTH] [-i INDEX [INDEX ...]]
         [-D DOC_TYPE [DOC_TYPE ...]] [-t TAGS [TAGS ...]] -o FILE
         [-f FIELDS [FIELDS ...]] [-d DELIMITER] [-m INTEGER]
         [-s INTEGER] [-k] [-r] [-e] [--verify-certs]
         [--ca-certs CA_CERTS] [--client-cert CLIENT_CERT]
         [--client-key CLIENT_KEY] [-v] [--debug]

Arguments:
 -q, --query QUERY                        Query string in Lucene syntax.               [required]
 -o, --output_file FILE                   CSV file location.                           [required]
 -u, --url URL                            Elasticsearch host URL. Default is http://localhost:9200.
 -a, --auth                               Elasticsearch basic authentication in the form of username:password.
 -i, --index-prefixes INDEX [INDEX ...]   Index name prefix(es). Default is ['logstash-*'].
 -D, --doc_types DOC_TYPE [DOC_TYPE ...]  Document type(s).
 -t, --tags TAGS [TAGS ...]               Query tags.
 -f, --fields FIELDS [FIELDS ...]         List of selected fields in output. Default is ['_all'].
 -d, --delimiter DELIMITER                Delimiter to use in CSV file. Default is ",".
 -m, --max INTEGER                        Maximum number of results to return. Default is 0.
 -s, --scroll_size INTEGER                Scroll size for each batch of results. Default is 100.
 -k, --kibana_nested                      Format nested fields in Kibana style.
 -r, --raw_query                          Switch query format in the Query DSL.
 -e, --meta_fields                        Add meta-fields in output.
 --verify-certs                           Verify SSL certificates. Default is False.
 --ca-certs CA_CERTS                      Location of CA bundle.
 --client-cert CLIENT_CERT                Location of Client Auth cert.
 --client-key CLIENT_KEY                  Location of Client Cert Key.
 -v, --version                            Show version and exit.
 --debug                                  Debug mode on.
 -h, --help                               show this help message and exit

Examples

Searching on localhost and save to database.csv

$ es2csv -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

Same in Query DSL syntax

$ es2csv -r -q '{"query": {"match": {"host": "localhost"}}}' -o database.csv

Very long queries can be read from file

$ es2csv -r -q @'~/query string file.json' -o database.csv

With tag

$ es2csv -t dev -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

More tags

$ es2csv -t dev prod -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

On custom Elasticsearch host

$ es2csv -u my.cool.host.com:9200 -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

You are using secure Elasticsearch with nginx? No problem!

$ es2csv -u http://my.cool.host.com/es/ -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

With enabled SSL certificate verification (off by default)

$ es2csv --verify-certs -u https://my.cool.host.com/es/ -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

With your own certificate authority bundle

$ es2csv --ca-certs '/path/to/your/ca_bundle' --verify-certs -u https://host.com -q '*' -o out.csv

Not default port?

$ es2csv -u my.cool.host.com:6666/es/ -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

With Authorization

$ es2csv -u http://login:password@my.cool.host.com:6666/es/ -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

With explicit Authorization

$ es2csv -a login:password -u http://my.cool.host.com:6666/es/ -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

Specifying index

$ es2csv -i logstash-2015-07-07 -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

More indexes

$ es2csv -i logstash-2015-07-07 logstash-2015-08-08 -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

Or index mask

$ es2csv -i logstash-2015-* -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

And now together

$ es2csv -i logstash-2015-01-0* logstash-2015-01-10 -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

Collecting all data on all indices

$ es2csv -i _all -q '*' -o database.csv

Specifying document type

$ es2csv -D log -i _all -q '*' -o database.csv

Selecting some fields, what you are interesting in, if you don’t need all of them (query run faster)

$ es2csv -f host status date -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

Or field mask

$ es2csv -f 'ho*' 'st*us' '*ate' -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

Selecting all fields, by default

$ es2csv -f _all -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

Selecting meta-fields: _id, _index, _score, _type

$ es2csv -e -f _all -q 'host: localhost' -o database.csv

Selecting nested fields

$ es2csv -f comments.comment comments.date comments.name -q '*' -i twitter -o database.csv

Max results count

$ es2csv -m 6283185 -q '*' -i twitter -o database.csv

Retrieve 2000 results in just 2 requests (two scrolls 1000 each):

$ es2csv -m 2000 -s 1000 -q '*' -i twitter -o database.csv

Changing column delimiter in CSV file, by default ‘,’

$ es2csv -d ';' -q '*' -i twitter -o database.csv

Changing nested columns output format to Kibana style like

$ es2csv -k -q '*' -i twitter -o database.csv

An JSON document example

{
  "title": "Nest eggs",
  "body":  "Making your money work...",
  "tags":  [ "cash", "shares" ],
  "comments": [
    {
      "name":    "John Smith",
      "comment": "Great article",
      "age":     28,
      "stars":   4,
      "date":    "2014-09-01"
    },
    {
      "name":    "Alice White",
      "comment": "More like this please",
      "age":     31,
      "stars":   5,
      "date":    "2014-10-22"
    }
  ]
}

A CSV file in Kibana style format

body,comments.age,comments.comment,comments.date,comments.name,comments.stars,tags,title
Making your money work...,"28,31","Great article,More like this please","2014-09-01,2014-10-22","John Smith,Alice White","4,5","cash,shares",Nest eggs

A CSV file in default format

body,comments.0.age,comments.0.comment,comments.0.date,comments.0.name,comments.0.stars,comments.1.age,comments.1.comment,comments.1.date,comments.1.name,comments.1.stars,tags.0,tags.1,title
Making your money work...,28,Great article,2014-09-01,John Smith,4,31,More like this please,2014-10-22,Alice White,5,cash,shares,Nest eggs

Release Changelog

5.2.1 (2017-04-02)

  • Added –verify-certs, –ca-certs, –client-cert, –client-key arguments for SSL configuration. (Issue #11 and #24, Pull #22)
  • Added –scroll_size(-s) argument to specify the scroll size of requests. (Pull #27)

5.2.0 (2017-02-16)

  • Updating version elasticsearch-py to 5.2.* and added support of Elasticsearch 5. (Issue #19)

2.4.3 (2017-02-15)

  • Update doc according to wildcard support in fields naming.
  • Added support of old version pip. (Issue #16)

2.4.2 (2017-02-14)

  • Added wildcard support in fields naming.
  • Removed column sorting. (Issue #21)

2.4.1 (2016-11-10)

  • Added –auth(-a) argument for Elasticsearch basic authentication. (Pull #17)
  • Added –doc_types(-D) argument for specifying document type. (Pull #13)

2.4.0 (2016-10-26)

  • Added JSON validation for raw query. (Issue #7)
  • Added checks to exclude hangs during connection issues. (Issue #9)
  • Updating version elasticsearch-py to 2.4.0 and freeze this dependence according to mask 2.4.*. (Issue #14)
  • Updating version progressbar2 to fix issue with visibility.

1.0.3 (2016-06-12)

  • Added option to read query string from file –query(-q) @’~/filename.json’. (Issue #5)
  • Added –meta_fields(-e) argument for selecting meta-fields: _id, _index, _score, _type. (Issue #6)
  • Updating version elasticsearch-py to 2.3.0.

1.0.2 (2016-04-12)

  • Added –raw_query(-r) argument for using the native Query DSL format.

1.0.1 (2016-01-22)

  • Fixed support elasticsearch-1.4.0.
  • Added –version argument.
  • Added history changelog.

1.0.0.dev1 (2016-01-04)

  • Fixed encoding in CSV to UTF-8. (Issue #3, Pull #1)
  • Added better progressbar unit names. (Pull #2)
  • Added pip installation instruction.

1.0.0.dev0 (2015-12-25)

  • Initial registration.
  • Added first dev-release on github.
  • Added first release on PyPI.
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