Yes, you'd save some space if you do that. But please note that you
would have to explicitly turn on "include_in_all" in this case. Take a
It should work as expected: no results when you query "foo", with
results with "_all".
But if you omit the "include_in_all" part of the mapping, you'd see
that the _all query will fail to. At least for me it does on 0.19.11
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On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 4:02 PM, Max Melentiev email@example.com wrote:
As I understood, there is separate index (lucene indexed field) for each
indexed field in document.
So should be there storage improvement if I implicitly set "include_in_all":
setting "index": "no" for all fields which I don't want search directly?