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From Phil Hoy <>
Subject Shard tolerant partial results
Date Mon, 01 Jul 2013 10:56:06 GMT

When doing distributed searches with shards.tolerant set whilst the hosts for a slice are
down and therefore the response is partial, how best that inferred as we would like to not
cache the results upstream and perhaps inform the end user in some way.

I am aware that could be used, however I am concerned this may have performance
implications due to cost parsing the response from solr and perhaps some extra cost incurred
by solr to generate the response.

Perhaps an http header could be added or another attribute added to the solr result node.


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