Does es support indexing and searching at the same time?


(Goog Jobs) #1

Hi, does es support indexing and searching at the same time?
and now which companies are using the es , is there some cases about
es performance test? THX!!!


(David Pilato) #2

Yes ! Es is really powerful for that.
When I reindex all my YesSql database, my users can perform searches in the same time.

HTH
David :wink:
@dadoonet

Le 28 févr. 2012 à 10:22, Goog Jobs googcheng@gmail.com a écrit :

Hi, does es support indexing and searching at the same time?
and now which companies are using the es , is there some cases about
es performance test? THX!!!


(Goog Jobs) #3

Ok ,THX!

On Feb 28, 6:47 pm, David Pilato da...@pilato.fr wrote:

Yes ! Es is really powerful for that.
When I reindex all my YesSql database, my users can perform searches in thesametime.

HTH
David :wink:
@dadoonet

Le 28 févr. 2012 à 10:22, Goog Jobs googch...@gmail.com a écrit :

Hi, does es supportindexingandsearchingat thesametime?
and now which companies are using the es , is there some cases about
es performance test? THX!!!


(Radu Gheorghe) #4

Hi Goog,

I'm just doing some performance tests now, so I can help with some
preliminary data. Of course it depends a lot on your hardware, your
settings and how your data looks like, but I guess you would be
interested in what territory you're into :smiley:

Inserts: I'm putting ~1KB documents (log lines), and I got the
following results:

  • on an ES cluster of 2 virtual servers with very slow storage, 1
    replica per shard: 700-1K inserts per second (depends on how many
    threads you're using)
  • same cluster, only with decent storage: 2-4K inserts per second. I
    still think storage (which is network-attached) is my bottleneck, and
    I'm expecting the machines to hold 7K or so.
  • high-end laptop (hp 8560w), no shards because it's a single machine:
    4-7K inserts per second

Query speeds: In all my tests I got ~1s response time for when the
total index size was up to 4-5 times the amount of RAM (in my case,
it's roughly 8-10 million log lines per GB of RAM, with no replicas).
This is using the default "local" gateway. Above that, I don't have
relevant data so far.

In my book, this is pretty awesome :). Again, it depends on a lot of
factors (eg: number of machines in your cluster :p). The tests above
are pretty much with the default settings.

Best regards,
Radu

On Feb 28, 11:22 am, Goog Jobs googch...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi, does es support indexing and searching at the same time?
and now which companies are using the es , is there some cases about
es performance test? THX!!!


(system) #5