A full-text search and indexing server written in Rust.

Overview

Bayard

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Bayard is a full-text search and indexing server written in Rust built on top of Tantivy that implements Raft Consensus Algorithm and gRPC.
Achieves consensus across all the nodes, ensures every change made to the system is made to a quorum of nodes.
Bayard makes easy for programmers to develop search applications with advanced features and high availability.

Features

  • Full-text search/indexing
  • Index replication
  • Bringing up a cluster
  • Command line interface is available

Source code repository

Docker container repository

Documents

Comments
  • Support multiple indexes

    Support multiple indexes

    It seems the documents are all in a single index. Do you plan to support multiple indexes that user can add documents into and search from separate index?

    Thanks for building this great piece of software!

    opened by lming 5
  • Dockerのbayard-restで500エラーが発生します

    Dockerのbayard-restで500エラーが発生します

    概要

    Docker Imageのbayard-restの/v1/documents/{id}(GET)を実行すると、500エラー(failed to get client for node: id=0)が発生します。

    /v1/documents/1(POST)や、/v1/commit(GET)は正常完了します。

    bayard-cliで、bayard-restの/v1/documents/{id}と同等のコマンドを実行するとデータを取得できるため、bayard-restの不具合ではないか?と推測しています。

    恐縮ですが、ご確認をよろしくお願いします🙏

    環境

    • CentOS 7
    • macOS Catalina

    手順

    $ git clone https://github.com/bayard-search/bayard.git; cd bayard
    $ # docker-compose.ymlを下記のように修正
    $ docker-compose up -d
    $ curl -X PUT \
        --header 'Content-Type: application/json' \
        --data-binary @./examples/doc_ja.json \
        'http://localhost:8000/v1/documents/1' # HTTP Status 200 OK
    $ curl -X GET 'http://localhost:8000/v1/commit' # HTTP Status 200 OK
    $ curl -X GET 'http://localhost:8000/v1/documents/1' # HTTP Status 500 NG
    failed to get client for node: id=0
    
    $ docker run --net=bayard_default --rm --name bayard-cli bayardsearch/bayard-cli:latest get 1 --server=bayard:5000 # OK
    {"_id":["1"],"description":["検索エンジン(けんさくエンジン、英: search engine)は、狭義にはインターネットに存在する情報(ウェブページ、ウェブサイト、画像ファイル、ネットニュースなど)を検索する機能およびそのプログラム。インターネットの普及初期には、検索としての機能のみを提供していたウェブサイトそのものを検索エンジンと呼んだが、現在では様々なサービスが加わったポータルサイト化が進んだため、検索をサービスの一つとして提供するウェブサイトを単に検索サイトと呼ぶことはなくなっている。広義には、インターネットに限定せず情報を検索するシステム全般を含む。"],"name":["検索エンジン"],"url":["https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E6%A4%9C%E7%B4%A2%E3%82%A8%E3%83%B3%E3%82%B8%E3%83%B3"]}
    

    docker-compose.yml は日本語の全文検索を試したかったので、下記のように修正しました。

    version: '3'
    services:
      bayard:
        container_name: bayard
        image: bayardsearch/bayard:latest
        entrypoint: bayard
        volumes:
          - ./examples/schema_ja.json:/etc/bayard/schema_ja.json
        command:
          - '--host=bayard'
          - '--raft-port=7000'
          - '--index-port=5000'
          - '--metrics-port=9000'
          - '--data-directory=/tmp/bayard'
          - '--tokenizer-file=/etc/bayard/tokenizer.json'
          - '--schema-file=/etc/bayard/schema_ja.json'
          - '1'
        ports:
          - "15000:5000"
          - "17000:7000"
          - "19000:9000"
    
      bayard-rest:
        container_name: bayard-rest
        image: bayardsearch/bayard-rest:latest
        entrypoint: bayard-rest
        ports:
          - "18000:8000"
        command:
          - '--host=0.0.0.0'
          - '--port=8000'
          - '--index-address=bayard:5000'
        depends_on:
          - bayard
    
    opened by kght6123 4
  • client endpoint access

    client endpoint access

    I was able to get server running thanks for clear instructions. Once the server is running, how do I query from a webpage ? I am new to gRPC, hence I am looking for suggestions on how to query and consume results. Thank you - Bayard team

    opened by pmirla 4
  • Cryptic panic message if schema.json was not found

    Cryptic panic message if schema.json was not found

    Expected result:

    Can't find schema.json or it's not readable. Default location (`./etc/schema.json`) could be overridden with `-s, --schema-file` command-line paramethers
    

    Actual result:

    thread 'main' panicked at 'called `Result::unwrap()` on an `Err` value: Os { code: 2, kind: NotFound, message: "No such file or directory" }', src/libcore/result.rs:1084:5
    note: run with `RUST_BACKTRACE=1` environment variable to display a backtrace.
    
    opened by iyesin 4
  • Bulk search API

    Bulk search API

    Hi, we're currently using elasticsearch for https://deces.machid.io (using powerful levensthein fuzzy search).

    We use bulk search to record linkage usecase (usefull for clinic studies). We would be enthousiastic to study the port from elastiscearch to bayard, but bayard is missing this key feature.

    Do you plan to have such bulk search api ?

    opened by rhanka 3
  • Monotonic updates

    Monotonic updates

    opened by jfinity 2
  • Faceted search not working with docker image v0.4.0

    Faceted search not working with docker image v0.4.0

    Hi. I've been trying out bayard and it's great so far. One thing that I've noticed now that the faceted search doesn't seem to be working. I'm using this docker image. It is tagged as v0.4.0 and has been pushed 2 months ago. Looking at CHANGES.md, it looks like faceted search has been implemented in v0.3.0 so I would assume it's already available in the docker container.

    Perhaps my understanding of faceted search is wrong. Here's a minimal example: data.jsonl (inspired from tantivy examples):

    {"_id": "1", "name": "Cat", "category": ["/Felidae/Felinae/Felis"]}
    {"_id": "2", "name": "Canada lynx", "category": ["/Felidae/Felinae/Lynx"]}
    {"_id": "3", "name": "Cheetah", "category": ["/Felidae/Felinae/Acinonyx"]}
    {"_id": "4", "name": "Tiger", "category": ["/Felidae/Pantherinae/Panthera"]}
    {"_id": "5", "name": "Lion", "category": ["/Felidae/Pantherinae/Panthera"]}
    {"_id": "6", "name": "Jaguar", "category": ["/Felidae/Pantherinae/Panthera"]}
    {"_id": "7", "name": "Sunda clouded leopard", "category": ["/Felidae/Pantherinae/Neofelis"]}
    {"_id": "8", "name": "Fossa", "category": ["/Eupleridae/Cryptoprocta"]}
    

    schema.json:

    [
      {
        "name": "_id",
        "type": "text",
        "options": {
          "indexing": {
            "record": "basic",
            "tokenizer": "raw"
          },
          "stored": true
        }
      },
      {
        "name": "name",
        "type": "text",
        "options": {
          "indexing": {
            "record": "position",
            "tokenizer": "en_stem"
          },
          "stored": false
        }
      },
      {
        "name": "category",
        "type": "hierarchical_facet"
      }
    ]
    

    Then, through the web api, I request the following:

    curl -X GET 'http://localhost:8000/index/search?query=cat&from=0&limit=10&facet_field=category&facet_prefix=/Felidae/Felinae'
    

    which results in

    {
      "count": 1,
      "docs": [
        {
          "fields": {
            "_id": [
              "1"
            ],
            "category": [
              "/Felidae/Felinae/Felis"
            ]
          },
          "score": 2.016771
        }
      ],
      "facet": {
        "category": {
          "/Felidae/Felinae/Felis": 1
        }
      }
    }
    

    This is what I expect because I'm searching in the correct category. However, searching in a different category will yield the same document:

    curl -X GET 'http://localhost:8000/index/search?query=cat&from=0&limit=10&facet_field=category&facet_prefix=/Eupleridae'
    
    {
      "count": 1,
      "docs": [
        {
          "fields": {
            "_id": [
              "1"
            ],
            "category": [
              "/Felidae/Felinae/Felis"
            ]
          },
          "score": 2.016771
        }
      ],
      "facet": {
        "category": {}
      }
    }
    

    I would expect 0 documents to be returned, since no element has the name "cat" in the category "/Eupleridae".

    I also noticed that "facet" is filled differently but I'm not sure how to interpret that.

    This is just a minimal example. I've had a more data and I've queried for terms which exist in a category, but still other elements were returned. Am I misunderstanding faceted search, using bayard wrong, am I using an unreleased feature or is this indeed a bug?

    opened by klausondrag 2
  • Cluster

    Cluster

    Hi,

    In a cluster scenario, do the HTTP Gateway or gRPC run on all modes or only on the master node?

    Would be cool to have a slack channel or I can combine all my questions into one thread.

    Bayard looks good.

    Thanks

    opened by innerop 2
  • gRPC doc

    gRPC doc

    Hi,

    I’ve not used gRPC before but I’d like to give it a shot. As far as docs go, where do I look for any info regarding setting up gPRC calls to the Bayard API?

    Cheers

    opened by innerop 2
  • Full Text returns wrong results for Turkish

    Full Text returns wrong results for Turkish

    It does not provide a correct search result when the word contains "Turkish i" char.

    Index documents

    ./bin/bayard set 1 '{ "text" : "quıt" }'
    ./bin/bayard set 2 '{ "text" : "quit" }'
    ./bin/bayard set 3 '{ "text" : "QUIT" }'
    ./bin/bayard set 4 '{ "text" : "QUİT" }'
    

    Search for "quit":

    ./bin/bayard search text:"quit"
    

    Actual Results

    [
      {"id":["3"],"text":["QUIT"]},
      {"id":["2"],"text":["quit"]}
    ]
    

    Expected Results

    [
      {"id":["4"],"text":["QUİT"]},
      {"id":["3"],"text":["QUIT"]},
      {"id":["2"],"text":["quit"]},
      {"id":["1"],"text":["quıt"]}
    ]
    
    opened by ogun 2
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    • Fix invalid JSON incorrectly accepted when a large number has no digits after decimal point (#953)

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    • net: fix Windows named pipe server builder to maintain option when toggling pipe mode (#5336).

    #5336: tokio-rs/tokio#5336

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    Fixed

    • net: fix Windows named pipe connect (#5208)
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    • io: fix async fn ready() false positive for OS-specific events (#5231)

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    • sync: add Semaphore::MAX_PERMITS (#5144)
    • sync: add merge() to semaphore permits (#4948)
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    • task: add task::id() and task::try_id() (#5171)

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    • runtime: fix Stacked Borrows violation in LocalOwnedTasks (#5099)
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    v4.0.21

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    [4.0.21] - 2022-11-07

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  • v0.8.4(Nov 8, 2020)

  • v0.8.3(Nov 7, 2020)

    0.8.3 (2020-11-07)

    • Bump up version to 0.8.3 #110 @mosuka
    • Update dependencies #109 @mosuka
    • Fixed a bug that did not return schema #108 @mosuka
    • Update Dockerfile #107 @mosuka
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  • v0.8.2(Nov 7, 2020)

    0.8.2 (2020-08-31)

    • Bump up version #106 @mosuka
    • Upgrade protobuf #105 @mosuka
    • Upgrade dependencies #104 @mosuka
    • Upgrade tantivy #103 @mosuka
    • Fix docker run example #102 @mosuka
    • Fix typo #101 @mosuka
    • Migrate to Actix web #100 @mosuka
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  • v0.8.1(May 30, 2020)

    0.8.1 (2020-05-29)

    • Bump up version #99 @mosuka
    • Change web framework to Hyper #98 @mosuka
    • Change the web framework of Metrics Server to Hyper #97 @mosuka
    • Add example self-signed certificate #95 @mosuka
    • Add GitHub Actions Integration #94 @messense
    • Update jieba-rs to 0.5.0 #93 @messense
    • Fix typo in CLI flag #92 @mosuka
    • Support TLS on REST server #91 @mosuka
    • Support CORS on REST server #90 @mosuka
    • Merge CLI code #88 @mosuka
    • Migrate to Actix web from Iron #87 @mosuka
    • Refactor metrics server #86 @mosuka
    • Combine the handlers into one file #85 @mosuka
    • Refactor REST server #84 @mosuka
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  • v0.8.0(May 13, 2020)

  • v0.7.3(May 4, 2020)

  • v0.7.2(May 4, 2020)

  • v0.7.0(Apr 27, 2020)

    0.7.0 (2020-04-27)

    • Split a package #78 @mosuka
    • Update search.md #75 @klausondrag
    • Refactoring #74 @mosuka
    • Migrate to bayard-client #73 @mosuka
    • Migrate to bayard-proto #72 @mosuka
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  • v0.4.0(Jan 21, 2020)

  • v0.3.0(Jan 3, 2020)

    0.3.0 (2020-01-04)

    • Add indexer flag #58 @mosuka
    • Add docs for job scheduler #57 @mosuka
    • Add document for gateway #56 @mosuka
    • Update dependencies #55 @mosuka
    • Bulk update #54 @mosuka
    • Update docs #53 @mosuka
    • Upgrade Tantivy to 0.11.3 #52 @mosuka
    • Error handling #51 @mosuka
    • Update docs #50 @mosuka
    • Update to tantivy 0.11.2 and avoid blocking on merge while the IndexWriter's lock is held #49 @fulmicoton
    • Support faceted search #48 @mosuka
    • Add document for designing schema #47 @mosuka
    • Get the document count that match the query #45 @mosuka
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  • v0.2.0(Dec 1, 2019)

    0.2.0 (2019-12-01)

    • Add http server #41 @mosuka
    • Add job scheduler #40 @mosuka
    • Add probe command #39 @mosuka
    • Add merge command #38 @mosuka
    • Add rollback command #37 @mosuka
    • Protobuf refactoring #33 @mosuka
    • Bump up Tantivy #32 @mosuka
    • Add metrics command #31 @mosuka
    • Add command to commit index #29 @mosuka
    • Make index writer to field of struct #28 @mosuka
    • Add command to get schema #27 @mosuka
    • Delete --leader-id from CLI #26 @mosuka
    • Set default leader id #25 @mosuka
    • Rename status to peers #24 @mosuka
    • Add cluster status command #23 @mosuka
    • Add signal handling #22 @mosuka
    • Restore leave command document #21 @mosuka
    • Add source code link #20 @mosuka
    • Add documents #19 @mosuka
    • Update Dockerfile #10 @mosuka
    • Fixed typo in error message #6 @eko
    • Dockerfile for tests and profit #5 @iyesin
    • Small typo in get command example fixed #4 @msmakhlouf
    • refactor get servers from ArgMatches #3 @robatipoor
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  • v0.1.0(Dec 1, 2019)

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