Opensearch : 2.3 / 2.2 / 1.2.3
It’s possible to install manually (and offline), repository GCS plugin to take Snapshot in Google Bucket ?
I don’t find the distribution ZIP ? To perform bin/opensearch-plugin install -b file:///usr/share/opensearch/plugins/repository-gcs.zip for example.
Maybe you have a procedure to build it easy without developper skills ?
Thanks for all
January 3, 2023, 6:24pm
@GnarlyCapricorne , the
repository-gcs is one of the core plugins which is bundled with OpenSearch distribution, you should be able to install it by name:
bin/opensearch-plugin install repository-gcs
But if you need the distribution, you could download it from
https://artifacts.opensearch.org/releases/plugins/, the URL pattern is
For example, for
repository-gcs plugin version
2.4.1 the location is:
Hope it helps.
Sorry for my late response.
In 2.3.0, it seems not include by default :
Exception in thread "main" java.net.UnknownHostException: artifacts.opensearch.org
Here the defautl list :
I will try you your proposition.
I tested quickly and snapshot don’t work currently.
I think the problem comes from the proxy that allows us to contact S3. ( we are in an area with no external connection).
I will continue to find the way !
In opensearch.yml of manager nodes :
#Real S3 endpoint
#Protocole HTTP used by our inbound proxy
#Alias DNS to contact our proxy
I also import in opensearch.keystore secret and access key for S3. (For information, we don’t use opensearch.keystore in configuration but pem certificates. Maybe that will be a problem)
echo acceskeyxyz | bin/opensearch-keystore add s3.client.default.access_key
echo secretkeyxyz |bin/opensearch-keystore add s3.client.default.secret_key
I restart All nodes.
First probleme i see, proxy.username and proxy.password is missing in logs at startup. But our internal Proxy don’t use username/password.
I don’t know how to work around this problem. Except add a user/password on internal proxy.
I will come back to you to keep you informed