Other than the resource footprint, is there any reason we should avoid
running multiple node instances of a cluster on the same machine, assuming
all the shard awareness stuff is in place to keep all the copies of a given
shard from being stored on those nodes that are all resident on a single
Basically, if I had a cluster of, say six machines with 512GB of ram a
piece, is it reasonable to run six instances of ES per machine and 30GB of
swap per instance allocated, resulting in a 36 node cluster with and a bit
over a terabyte of memory footprint across the cluster?
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