What we learned
Tri Tran @ NFQ Asia
Tri D. Tran
Senior Technical Architect
NFQ Asia | 8Bit Rockstars
Member of .NFQ Group
I'm happy if you call me 'Mụp'
we WILL discuss about
- Elasticsearch, when and when NOT
- What we learned after actualizing amazing ideas of Startup companies at NFQ Asia
we WON'T talk about
Elasticsearch and the others, which one is the best
- DOTA 2, LoL, Counter Strike...
- "You Know, for Search"
- Instant search
- Spelling mistake
- Relevant search result
- Analytics, document processing
- Natural language processing
- Statistical reports
- Not fluent
- Just plain old lookup
There is no locking mechanism for the indexes.
Refreshing is an expensive operation and that is why by default it’s made at a regular interval, instead of after each indexing operation
Primary Shard vs. Replica Shard
Changing mapping with Zero Downtime
Dedicated Master Nodes
Three dedicated master nodes, the recommended number, provides two backup nodes in the event of a master node failure and the necessary quorum to elect a new master.
The minimum_master_nodes setting is extremely important to the stability of your cluster. This setting helps prevent split brains, the existence of two masters in a single cluster.
Would you mind sharing them?
How did you solve?
Tri D. Tran
we are HIRING
Source: Kieu Lam @ NFQ Asia
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Elasticsearch - What we learned
By Tri Tran