I take it you have no error messages in the logs ? May be you can increase
the log level to observe what it says when it says the data.
If you can post the data that does not get indexed as well as the index
mapping, it may have some clues to what the problem may be. What version of
ES are you using?
Just to cover the basics, you're checking the number of docs after waiting
couple of secs right?
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On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 7:19 PM, David Jensen email@example.com wrote:
I've just now verified that adding another instance did >not< solve
the problem. So the question is, why isn't ES indexing my data OR what
the heck am I doing wrong?
On Jul 19, 4:08 pm, David Jensen djense...@gmail.com wrote:
I've tried this a few times now. I send 15 documents to be indexed.
When I check status on the servers, the num_docs is only incremented
I'm running on 2 large EC2 instances with an S3 gateway. I have 10
shards and 2 replicas.
Is there some weirdness because I'm configured for 2 replicas but I
only have enough machines for 1 replica?