A typical ELK use case:
- daily indices
- need to get only the last N that match a query (i.e. sorting by time and matches most likely coming from the very latest/current index)
Is there any way to tell ES "search these indices, one by one, newest to oldest, and stop when you find N matches"
Of course, this can be done manually, outside ES, by running queries one by one, but since this is such a common ELK usage pattern I was wondering if there is anything in ES, or maybe planned for future versions of ES, that would make this possible without one having to run queries one by one.
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