Very changeable data


(Alvaro Garcia) #1

Hi!

I'm using elasticsearch for index users profile information. My next
challenge is a filter to show only connected users in a search result. The
problem is that the connected information changes a lot and I'm worried
about the performance. I searched a lot about this but I don't know I could
do this properly.

Thank you

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(David Pilato) #2

What do you mean by "a lot"?
Did you try to make some tests?

Do you hit any issue so far?

Are you doing search requests or get requests?

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Le 28 novembre 2013 at 17:29:50, Alvaro Garcia (maxpowel@gmail.com) a écrit:

Hi!

I'm using elasticsearch for index users profile information. My next challenge is a filter to show only connected users in a search result. The problem is that the connected information changes a lot and I'm worried about the performance. I searched a lot about this but I don't know I could do this properly.

Thank you

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(Alvaro Garcia) #3

When I say "a lot" I mean every time the user enters and leaves the the web
page (log in and log out).
I didnt try any test because I'm thinking how to do it. Since this
information is not related with the text description I think that reindex
all document would be waste resources.
Sorry if my question is very silly but I'm implementing elasticsearch right
now from a full sql site. Just want to know if this could be done without
future performance problems in elasticsearch.

Thank you

El jueves, 28 de noviembre de 2013 18:54:10 UTC+1, David Pilato escribió:

What do you mean by "a lot"?
Did you try to make some tests?

Do you hit any issue so far?

Are you doing search requests or get requests?

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Le 28 novembre 2013 at 17:29:50, Alvaro Garcia (maxp...@gmail.com<javascript:>)
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Hi!

I'm using elasticsearch for index users profile information. My next
challenge is a filter to show only connected users in a search result. The
problem is that the connected information changes a lot and I'm worried
about the performance. I searched a lot about this but I don't know I could
do this properly.

Thank you

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