Matched_filters randomly missing


(Ville Laurikari) #1

When searching with a query containing query_strings inside a bool query,
the specified _name is randomly missing from the results.

Sometimes "matched_filters" is present in one or both of the results,
sometimes not. The behaviour appears to be random.

This reproduces both on OS X Mavericks and Ubuntu Linux 12.04.03 (kernel
3.2.0) using elasticsearch-0.90.7.

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(David Pilato) #2

You're right.

Could you open an issue?

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Le 6 décembre 2013 at 14:50:59, Ville Laurikari (ville@laurikari.net) a écrit:

When searching with a query containing query_strings inside a bool query, the specified _name is randomly missing from the results.

Sometimes "matched_filters" is present in one or both of the results, sometimes not. The behaviour appears to be random.

This reproduces both on OS X Mavericks and Ubuntu Linux 12.04.03 (kernel 3.2.0) using elasticsearch-0.90.7.

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(Ville Laurikari) #3

Thanks for the confirmation. I'll open an issue.

On Friday, December 6, 2013 4:04:26 PM UTC+2, David Pilato wrote:

You're right.

Could you open an issue?

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Le 6 décembre 2013 at 14:50:59, Ville Laurikari (vi...@laurikari.net<javascript:>)
a écrit:

When searching with a query containing query_strings inside a bool query,
the specified _name is randomly missing from the results.

https://gist.github.com/laurikari/7824057

Sometimes "matched_filters" is present in one or both of the results,
sometimes not. The behaviour appears to be random.

This reproduces both on OS X Mavericks and Ubuntu Linux 12.04.03 (kernel
3.2.0) using elasticsearch-0.90.7.

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