I understand. The replicas must have been created when there were two
nodes a week ago. That implies that green status means that there are
replicas, but they may be seriously out of date.
Shay Banon wrote:
When you have a single node, replicas will not be allocated to it (it
make no sense to allocate a replica of a shard on the same node the
shard exists on). Its not really related to the gateway type. Are you
sure you got green health when a single node? Maybe you created an index
without any replicas in that case?
On Sat, Aug 14, 2010 at 6:13 PM, Kenneth Loafman
<firstname.lastname@example.org mailto:email@example.com> wrote:
I had a 'cluster' of one node using the FS gateway and it stayed green.
I switched to the S3 gateway and the cluster will not build the replica
shards, thus is staying yellow. Is this a known limitation of the S3
gateway, or is there something I'm missing.
Setup was copied from
except for credentials and bucket name, of course.