Here is the use case.
I am syncing a PostgreSQL (PG) server with ElasticSearch. The PG server has
several databases and each database has many tables.
This is how it is currently setup:
PG server = multiple ES indexes
PG database = ES index
PG table = ES type
PG row = ES document
When I search the entire PG server or a single PG database, I do not want
to return the most relevant rows (documents) which is the default behavior.
Instead I want to return the most relevant tables (types) and the most
relevant five rows from each table.
How can I achieve this?
One solution I thought of is to search each type in parallel with size = 5.
Then sort by relevance in the application based on the score. Would that
work? If so, any issues with performance? Is there a better solution?
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