Hello. I am working on an application to index documents using
ElasticSearch. I estimate that a month's worth of indexes will run to about
1.5 GB. The vast majority (90% at least) of queries are made against items
for the previous 24 hours, which is about 60 MB in indexes. It thus seems
logical to create per-day indexes. Are there other considerations though in
creating hundreds of indexes (for years of data)? Is there significant
overhead such as index load time etc. in making a query that would cover
30+ indexes? The servers I am considering for ElasticSearch have 7.5 GB or
RAM (m1.large EC2). Might per-month indexes (1.5 GB) be OK for this sort of
situation or perhaps 3/month? I don't need anyone to tell me what to do but
I would value any thoughts on advantages and tradeoffs.
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