"How much is your memory consumption? What process? How much nodes do you
have in your cluster? "
I have only one computer, so 1 node with 3 shards
"How much is the reduced indexing speed? "
The speed drops by 50% and later by 100%, sometimes I got spikes of very
bad performance, I guess it's GC or a merge
As I do not need to search the index while indexing, can I not do any
merges at all while indexing, and just do that at the end
my system is not real time at any sense, I am preparing a static index to
do read only
I have enough disk space (I think) to have it un merged
On Thursday, June 20, 2013 3:09:02 PM UTC+3, Jörg Prante wrote:
Am 20.06.13 10:38, schrieb David MZ:
I am indexing parent/child documents at 1500/second rate, my index
size is 57million records combined (currently as I write this) and I
do not perform any search while I index
My memory consumption is raising steady while I index, speed of 1 gig
per 20 minutes
How much is your memory consumption? What process? How much nodes do you
have in your cluster?
What is the reason for this, if I shutdown and restart It drops and
Do you shutdown server or client? If you start a process, memory usage
will start again, nothing to worry about.
The indexing speed is reduced after some time
How much is the reduced indexing speed?
I would like to control and maintain index speed, please advice
Please give additional information about your server and client config
and the numbers you observed.
If you index millions of documents, ES will have more work to manage
growing Lucene segments and merging them, which will consume all of the
available CPU and memory, mostly observable as sudden slowdowns
("spikes"). If you throttle indexing, you can better handle the phase of
merging spikes. There are many methods you can choose from to streamline
indexing, on client or on server side.
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