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Backend for Karp

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karp-backend

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This package - code and documentation - is still under construction.

Karp is the lexical platform of Språkbanken. Now migrated to Python 3.6+.

Karp in Docker

For easy testing, use Docker to run Karp-b.

  • Follow the steps given here

  • Run docker-compose up -d

  • Test it by running curl localhost:8081/app/test

If you want to use Karp without Docker, keep on reading.

Prerequisites

Installation

Karp uses virtuals envs for python. To get running:

  • run make install
  • or:
    1. Create the virtual environment using python3 -m venv venv.
    2. Activate the virtual environment with source venv/bin/activate.
    3. pip install -r requirements.txt

Configuration

Set the environment varibles KARP5_INSTANCE_PATH and KARP5_ELASTICSEARCH_URL:

  1. using export VAR=value
  2. or creating a file .env in the root of your cloned path with VAR=value
  3. KARP5_INSTANCE_PATH - the path where your configs are. If you have cloned this repo you can use /path/to/karp-backend/.
  4. KARP5_ELASTICSEARCH_URL - the url to elasticsearch. Typically localhost:9200

Copy config.json.example to config.json and make your changes. You will also need to make configurations for your lexicons. Read more here.

Tests

TODO: DO MORE TESTS! Run the tests by typing: make test

Test that karp-backend is working by starting it make run or python run.py

Known bugs

Counts from the statistics call may not be accurate when performing subaggregations (multiple buckets) on big indices unless the query restricts the search space. Using breadth_first mode does not (always) help.

Possible workarounds:

  • use composite aggregation instead, but this does not work with filtering.
  • set a bigger shard_size (27 000 works for saldo), but this might break your ES cluster.
  • have smaller indices (one lexicon per index) but this does not help for big lexicons or statistics over many lexicons.
  • don't allow deeper subaggregations than 2. Chaning the size won't help.

Elasticsearch

If saving stops working because of Database Exception: Error during update. Message: TransportError(403, u'cluster_block_exception', u'blocked by: [FORBIDDEN/12/index read-only / allow delete (api)];')., you need to unlock the relevant ES index.

This is how you do it:

Repeat for every combination of host and port that is relevant for you. But you only need to do it once per cluster.

  • Check if any index is locked: curl <host>:<port>/_all/_settings/index.blocks*
    • If all is open, Elasticsearch answers with {}
    • else it answers with {<index>: { "settings": { "index": { "blocks": {"read_only_allow_delete": "true"} } } }, ... }
  • To unlock all locked indices on a host and port:
    • curl -X PUT <host>:<port>/_all/_settings -H 'Content-Type: application' -d '{"index.blocks.read_only_allow_delete": null}'

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