I basically have data where I'm only going to do database like queries such as where car = 'mustang' (Exact queries). In some cases I might do where car like 'mustan%'
I'm going to do lots of aggregates on the data. I believe I can get away with just Term queries so my thinking is that I can just create all my fields as non-analyzed fields.
I'm just trying to figure out form a performance standpoint which would be better. I've setup one of my indexes with a field that is multi-type and I seem to be getting slightly better performance with non-analyzed. I don't know how that will scale going forward.
Just curious what the pros/cons are of non vs analyzed as it relates to me just really needing to do the "exact" type queries or wildcard queries. I do not need full text search or anything complex. NO special analysis, case sensitivity, etc... Essentially just "SQL" like queries. where a = b or where a like 'b%'
Does one perform better, take more storage, more overhead, etc....?