Weird fact !
I am ingesting data since now 10 days but my elasticsearch node is kind of stabilized to 94 %.
What might causes that knowing that i dont delete any data.
Weird fact !
can you add some more context here? A single sentence problem statement rarely means, that the reader will understand everything.
Why is that problem? How should the system behave instead? What are your expectations? How did you check this? Is this a good or a bad sign? Are you adding more data during this time? What Elasticsearch version are you on?
Why is that problem?
Not sure whether it's a problem or not.
How should the system behave instead?
The available disk space should decrease while indexing over time.
What are your expectations?
More data indexed should reduce the disk space
How did you check this?
Via the stack Monitoring
Is this a good or a bad sign?
I dont know
Are you adding more data during this time?
What Elasticsearch version are you on?
Have you checked that you are actually able to index data? Is the data indexed successful? I am asking because Elasticsearch uses a disk based shard allocator that stops allowing for writes at some point in time. See https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/7.5/disk-allocator.html
Can you share the output of a tried write operation?
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