On Friday, September 6, 2013 4:19:29 PM UTC+2, Luca Cavanna wrote:
can you post the query that is causing this?
I guess it's a phrase query, isn't it?
Our queries are mostly big, nested and with phrase, usually with distance
We are aware of issues with certain queries in combination with fast vector
highlighter, and that's what your hot_thread output shows too. We just
reverted some recent changes we made to support complex queries (
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/issues/3357), which were
causing issues with fast vector highlighter, even StackOverflowErrors in
some cases. Your issue seems to be related.
It happened three or two times at a week interval, not sure to be able to
reproduce the problem. I got StackOverflowErrors once
I'm not aware of a way to kill those threads without restarting the
elasticsearch process. You can wait and see if their eecution finishes at
They run for 5 hours. :-/
What I would suggest is not to use the fast vector highlighter in your
case, at least until we released the next version. You can force the use of
the plain highlighter even though you stored term_vectors using the
"type":"plain" option in your highlight request.
So there is a workaround in next version 0.90.4 which should be available
next week ?
Hope this helps
Yes, thank you very mutch.
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