Marvel Index Taking too much disk space

Hi,

I installed the plugin for marvel ,
but its creating its own indexes which are even larger than my original
indexed data.
is there a way to delete these indexes on daily basis or any other way ?

Thanks

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you can use curator for that. See https://github.com/elasticsearch/curator

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Le 15 déc. 2014 à 07:31, Chetan Dev cheten.dev@carwale.com a écrit :

Hi,

I installed the plugin for marvel ,
but its creating its own indexes which are even larger than my original indexed data.
is there a way to delete these indexes on daily basis or any other way ?

Thanks

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Curator or just make a script that calls the API

On Monday, December 15, 2014 6:31:06 AM UTC, Chetan Dev wrote:

Hi,

I installed the plugin for marvel ,
but its creating its own indexes which are even larger than my original
indexed data.
is there a way to delete these indexes on daily basis or any other way ?

Thanks

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Is there any built-in mechanism in ES which supports periodic deletion of a particular index ? For example curator as a plugin with a configuration file.

If not, it'll really be a nice to have feature !