Types in segments


(Anand Nalya) #1

Hi,

Are documents of different mappings in an index stored in different
segments or a single segment can contain documents of different types. Is
_type the only way of differentiating the type of an documents?

Regards,
Anand

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(ElasticSearch Users mailing list) #2

A single segment can contain documents of different _type's in a single
index. The _type is just a field inside the document.

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(Amit Assudani) #3

Does delete type (mapping) also ensures all the documents associated with
that type gets deleted ?

On Wednesday, May 14, 2014 6:58:41 AM UTC-7, Binh Ly wrote:

A single segment can contain documents of different _type's in a single
index. The _type is just a field inside the document.

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