Errorsedit

These are the standard Error types which may be passed back from the client. To access the constructors is provided via require('elasticsearch').errors.

ConnectionFault

The connection was unable to initiate or complete a request with the Elasticsearch node.

NoConnections

All of the connections in the ConnectionPool are dead.

RequestTimeout

The request timed-out.

Serialization

The response received from Elasticsearch could not be deserilaized.

503 or ServiceUnavailable

Elasticsearch responded with a 503 status.

500 or InternalServerError

Elasticsearch responded with a 500 status.

412 or PreconditionFailed

Elasticsearch responded with a 412 status.

409 or Conflict

Elasticsearch responded with a 409 status.

403 or Forbidden

Elasticsearch responded with a 403 status.

404 or NotFound

Elasticsearch responded with a 404 status.

400 or BadRequest

Elasticsearch responded with a 400 status.

Generic

Elasticsearch responded with a status that does not map to it’s own error type.