Schema Update, replication


(Timothy Dilbert) #1

Hello,

I am very new to ElasticSearch so have a quick question re: schemas
updating and the effect it has on replication.

Let's say you have an index filled with a number of json documents and one
of the fields in the json document is a blob. Now you perform an update on
the json document and update one field (not the blob), does ElasticSearch
replicate the whole json document or does it just replicate the change
(meaning just replicate the field change) across all of the other nodes?

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(Timothy Dilbert) #2

I received a response to this. The answer is YES.

On Friday, July 25, 2014 4:51:44 PM UTC-5, Timothy Dilbert wrote:

Hello,

I am very new to ElasticSearch so have a quick question re: schemas
updating and the effect it has on replication.

Let's say you have an index filled with a number of json documents and one
of the fields in the json document is a blob. Now you perform an update on
the json document and update one field (not the blob), does ElasticSearch
replicate the whole json document or does it just replicate the change
(meaning just replicate the field change) across all of the other nodes?

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(system) #3