How to configure Elasticsearch in Magento 2?
In this article, we will look through the Elasticsearch configurations in Magento 2. But before we start, make sure you have installed the Elasticsearch engine to your server. For this, check the official installation guide or ask our specialists about the installation service.
→ Extend search possibilities with our Elastic Search plugin. It includes autocomplete suggestions, spell correction, long-tail search, fallback search, and other features to make the on-store search even faster.
Magento 2 Elasticsearch configuration
Magento 2 Elasticsearch configuration process consists of the following steps:
Elasticsearch index prefix Magento 2 option means that you need to enter an Elasticsearch index prefix. If you use one Elasticsearch instance for more than one Magento installation, specify a unique prefix for each installation. If not, use the default magento2 prefix.
Step 1. In the Elasticsearch Server Timeout field, enter the number in seconds. Then, click Test Connection. If you get the error and test failed, check the official documentation to solve this problem.
Step 2. Finally, configure the search suggestions.
In the Search Suggestions Count, specify how many search suggestions you want to display.
Step 3. In the Show Results for Each Suggestion field, you can set up if you want to display the total number of search results.
Step 4. Enable Search Recommendations, then enter the Search Recommendation Count, and set if you want to Show Results Count for Each Recommendation.
Step 5. Save the changes.
After this, you can configure Elasticsearch search terms for your Magento 2 store, for example, misspelled words and synonyms. To learn how to do this, check out the official guide.
Elastic Search Magento 2
Magento 2 Elasticsearch is a search engine used as a default search engine for storefronts since Magento 2.4 release. It allows improving the quality of your store's search results. To integrate your Magento 2 with Elasticsearch, you need to install and configure the Elasticsearch and PHP Elasticsearch library.