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It should be possible to set an Index in elasticsearch to ready Only, so no new documents can be added.
Some more details can be found here in the forum post: https://groups.google.com/forum/? searchin/elasticsearch/readonly/elasticsearch/yls Ko Qh Lstk/xtnr H_LCpu IJ The aim is immutability.
During recreating the new index, we don't want that new documents are added to the old index to make sure, all new documents are added to the new index after creating it.
One option would be to disable indexing on all our servers.
This restriction ensures that the behavior of the index is well-defined.
To use a user-defined function in an index expression or Causes the system to check for duplicate values in the table when the index is created (if data already exist) and each time data is added.
I would also prefer if the index would not allow any changes as you described in the second part.
An expression based on one or more columns of the table.
Since kimchy OK'd my basic approach last night, I've been working on exactly that.
I can't figure out how to inject initial values for the settings so I gave up on testing those (they would need to go into the cluster state, not the node state). kimchy said he didn't want it in 0.18, so I'm not submitting that version. I plan to use it during my eventual major version upgrade as a read-only cluster should allow me to work around the fact that a rolling upgrade to a new major version is usually not possible without risking split-brain issues from writes during the upgrade. Ok, I checked out the complete ES source again form github and rebuilt it. I had some "useless" changes in the code I completely forgot about. What is the difference between the following commands?
constructs an index on the specified column(s) of the specified table.
Indexes are primarily used to enhance database performance (though inappropriate use can result in slower performance).
The key field(s) for the index are specified as column names, or alternatively as expressions written in parentheses.