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<h1>Elasticsearch host</h1>

<p>The hostname or IP address of the Elasticsearch server.</p>
<p>This setting cannot be changed through the web interface. You may change it by setting a value in your config.php file for the following config variable:</p>
<p><code>$cfg->plugin_search_elasticsearch_host</code>.</p>
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<h1>Authentication password for writing to index</h1>

<p>If your Elasticsearch server requires a different HTTP basic authentication username and password to write to index, you may provide the <strong>password</strong> here. <strong>Note:</strong> The core Elasticsearch software itself does not provide username or password features, but you may achieve this functionality by using a plugin, such as Search Guard, or by accessing it through a proxy.</p>
<p>This setting cannot be changed through the web interface. You may change it by setting a value in your config.php file for the following config variable:</p>
<p><code>$cfg->plugin_search_elasticsearch_password</code>.</p>
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<h1>Authentication username for writing to index</h1>

<p>If your Elasticsearch server requires a different HTTP basic authentication username and password to write to index, you may provide the <strong>indexingusername</strong> here. <strong>Note:</strong> The core Elasticsearch software itself does not provide username or password features, but you may achieve this functionality by using a plugin, such as Search Guard, or by accessing it through a proxy.</p>
<p>This setting cannot be changed through the web interface. You may change it by setting a value in your config.php file for the following config variable:</p>
<p><code>$cfg->plugin_search_elasticsearch_indexingusername</code>.</p>
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<h1>Index name</h1>

<p>This is the name of the Elasticsearch index that will be used by the search functionality of the site. It is unlikely that you will need to change this from its default value unless you are using the same Elasticsearch cluster as an index
for multiple Mahara sites, or if you have done a reindex using the "Bypass index"
setting.</p>
<p>If you change this to a new value, you may need to use the "reset ALL indexes"
button to trigger the creation of the new index.</p>
<p>This setting cannot be changed through the web interface. You may change it by setting a value in your config.php file for the following config variable:</p>
<p><code>$cfg->plugin_search_elasticsearch_indexname</code>.</p>
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<h1>Authentication password</h1>

<p>If your Elasticsearch server requires an HTTP basic authentication username and password to access it, you may provide the <strong>password</strong> here. <strong>Note:</strong> The core Elasticsearch software itself does not provide username or password features, but you may achieve this functionality by using a plugin, such as Search guard, or by accessing it through a proxy.</p>
<p>This setting cannot be changed through the web interface. You may change it by setting a value in your config.php file for the following config variable:</p>
<p><code>$cfg->plugin_search_elasticsearch_password</code>.</p>
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<h1>Elasticsearch port</h1>

<p>The port number to access the Elasticsearch server on.</p>
<p>This setting cannot be changed through the web interface. You may change it by setting a value in your config.php file for the following config variable:</p>
<p><code>$cfg->plugin_search_elasticsearch_port</code>.</p>
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<h1>Elasticsearch scheme</h1>

<p>The scheme of the Elasticsearch server.</p>
<p>This setting cannot be changed through the web interface. You may change it by setting a value in your config.php file for the following config variable:</p>
<p><code>$cfg->plugin_search_elasticsearch_scheme</code>.</p>
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<h1>Elasticsearch search types</h1>

<p>This is a comma-separated list of the elements to index. Each of these must match an ElasticsearchType subclass under search/elasticsearch/type.</p>
<p>You shouldn't need to change this unless you have implemented a new search type, or want to disable a particular search type.</p>
<p>This setting cannot be changed through the web interface. You may change it by setting a value in your config.php file for the following config variable:</p>
<p><code>$cfg->plugin_search_elasticsearch_types</code>.</p>
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<h1>Authentication username</h1>

<p>If your Elasticsearch server requires an HTTP basic authentication username and password to access it, you may provide the <strong>username</strong> here. <strong>Note:</strong> The core Elasticsearch software itself does not provide username or password features, but you may achieve this functionality by using a plugin, such as Search Guard, or by accessing it through a proxy.</p>
<p>This setting cannot be changed through the web interface. You may change it by setting a value in your config.php file for the following config variable:</p>
<p><code>$cfg->plugin_search_elasticsearch_username</code>.</p>
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