Thanks for your response.
With replica configruation set to 0, I like to know if there is a way to
take the problem node, which was already down somehow, out of cluster so
that cluster doesn't bother to send index or search requests to that node
even though I would have some data lost in indexing or unsearchable.
Let me put it in different way; I like to know any way to keep performance
when a node is down with no replica; data loss during indexing or having
some data unsearchable is acceptable.
Hopefully I made my question clearer.
Any response will be appreciated.
On Wednesday, July 4, 2012 10:12:28 PM UTC+9, Vineeth Mohan wrote:
What do you mean by drop a node ?
If you feel the Elasticsearch instance is slow , just stop the process.
If there is a replica for the data that is there in that node , then that
node would be automatically activated as a shard.
If not , that data wont be visible anymore.
On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 5:22 PM, JS wrote:
I wondered if there is way to drop a node from cluster if a node is down;
I experieced timeout due to the problem node, which slowed down whole
I like to know the way to drop the node mannually and still keep the
performance even with the data loss for the node with problem.
Any informantion will be appreciated.