I am trying to get around the issue of failover by running multiple
instances over same data , by running two elasticsearch instances on a
machine , both having the same data directory , with both nodes being
masters , and 2nd node , not handling the data (node.data=false).
Even if one of the nodes is not a data node, elasticsearch still creates
its directory ( , ) etc , in the common data directory , (what i
expected was only one sub directory ( (only for the data node) ) in the
common directory , with both the nodes being able to search the common
in current case , when both instances are running , the search is fine ,
but when the data node fails , the search returns shards failure exception
, as non-data node searches in it's sub directory() , (which does not
contains the data).
Could somebody please help me resolve the issue ?
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