I have been reading around and some people suggest if doing "log" analytics
to split the index based on time.
Is this built in into Elastic search or does it mean I have to do it manual?
I'm pulling my data from SQL server and going to either use ETL or JDBC
gatherer. I suppose the ETL process needs to consider the date and when it
does it's index PUT to check and roll over the date so that a new index
And my queries need to consider this also so they know that on each day
they need to search the new index?
#2 is there such a thing as eviction policies?
Basically is there a way to check if we are running out of diskspace and to
either remove entries from the index or in the above case delete/archive
indexes older then a few days?
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