Shard missing from response


(Pierre Durand) #1

I use Elasticsearch 0.90.5 for log management (1 index by day).

In my query, I have a term facet in order to aggregate my data.
But sometimes, there is a really weird problem, I get:
_shards: {total:700, successful:551, failed:0}

How is it possible? Some shards are not "successful" or "failed".

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(Pierre Durand) #2

Up? :frowning:

Le lundi 23 décembre 2013 12:14:28 UTC+1, Pierre Durand a écrit :

I use Elasticsearch 0.90.5 for log management (1 index by day).

In my query, I have a term facet in order to aggregate my data.
But sometimes, there is a really weird problem, I get:
_shards: {total:700, successful:551, failed:0}

How is it possible? Some shards are not "successful" or "failed".

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(Pierre Durand) #3

I set threadpool.search.queue_size: 10000
and now it works!

Le jeudi 2 janvier 2014 15:28:15 UTC+1, Pierre Durand a écrit :

Up? :frowning:

Le lundi 23 décembre 2013 12:14:28 UTC+1, Pierre Durand a écrit :

I use Elasticsearch 0.90.5 for log management (1 index by day).

In my query, I have a term facet in order to aggregate my data.
But sometimes, there is a really weird problem, I get:
_shards: {total:700, successful:551, failed:0}

How is it possible? Some shards are not "successful" or "failed".

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