Another investigative question here -- trying to figure out if
elasticsearch is right for a certain project my team is working on:
Does anyone have any hard metrics on how the percolate feature holds up
against different sized datasets and how it fares with real time query
indexing/percolating. I've seen relatively small
stuff discussed anecdotally, but am wondering if anyone has any specifics.
In our current architecture we have ~500,000 queries stored and percolate
(we call it profile) around 10 documents a minute through it, expecting
responses in under (or around) half a second. This doesn't seem like it
would be too hard of a problem for a properly driven elasticsearch setup,
but we also add/remove about 50 queries/minute from our
index simultaneously while profiling documents. Would ElasticSearch block
in such cases?