Would having thousands of geopoints for one index cause problems?


(mic-2) #1

Hi,

Excuse my lazy question here, but I was wondering if anyone has experience
with putting thousands of geopoints into a document.

I would love to hear the effect this would have on searching anywhere from
100,000 - 5 million documents (each having 1-100,000 geopoints).

Any additional pointers as to how many geopoints would be within a
reasonable range would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Mic


What is the best way to manage thousands of geopoints per document?
(Pierre Durand) #2

I have 70000 documents with approximatly 200 geopoint per documents.
If you want to filter by distance, you should use "plane" distance_type.

Oddly, I have better performance if the cache is enabled on the geodistance
filter (even if searches uses different location)

On Tuesday, June 26, 2012 2:34:27 AM UTC+2, Mic wrote:

Hi,

Excuse my lazy question here, but I was wondering if anyone has experience
with putting thousands of geopoints into a document.

I would love to hear the effect this would have on searching anywhere from
100,000 - 5 million documents (each having 1-100,000 geopoints).

Any additional pointers as to how many geopoints would be within a
reasonable range would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Mic


(mic-2) #3

Sounds like I will be giving this a try. I am going to mock up some test
documents and give this a go.

Thank you very much for sharing your experience with the filter, and
caching, as well. This is great information.

Mic

On Tue, Jun 26, 2012 at 1:41 PM, Pierre Durand pierredurand@gmail.comwrote:

I have 70000 documents with approximatly 200 geopoint per documents.
If you want to filter by distance, you should use "plane" distance_type.

Oddly, I have better performance if the cache is enabled on the
geodistance filter (even if searches uses different location)

On Tuesday, June 26, 2012 2:34:27 AM UTC+2, Mic wrote:

Hi,

Excuse my lazy question here, but I was wondering if anyone has
experience with putting thousands of geopoints into a document.

I would love to hear the effect this would have on searching anywhere
from 100,000 - 5 million documents (each having 1-100,000 geopoints).

Any additional pointers as to how many geopoints would be within a
reasonable range would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Mic


(system) #4