Tribe Node Merged Cluster State


(Hari Kosaraju) #1

Hi,

We have set up a tribe node to do federated search across two clusters. It
appears to show indexes from both clusters when we use the plugin head tool
so it appears to work. I was wondering if the data is actually replicated
to the tribe node when it is maintaining cluster state? I am assuming it
is only maintaining some metadata and not copying all of the documents?

thanks,
Hari

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(Alexander Reelsen) #2

Hey,

a tribe node does not hold any data. It acts like a client node. The blog
post about the tribe node might be an interesting read

--Alex

On Fri, Apr 25, 2014 at 11:05 AM, Hari Kosaraju hari.kosaraju@gmail.comwrote:

Hi,

We have set up a tribe node to do federated search across two clusters.
It appears to show indexes from both clusters when we use the plugin head
tool so it appears to work. I was wondering if the data is actually
replicated to the tribe node when it is maintaining cluster state? I am
assuming it is only maintaining some metadata and not copying all of the
documents?

thanks,
Hari

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