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From heaven <aheave...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Endless 100% CPU usage on searcherExecutor thread
Date Fri, 19 Dec 2014 17:29:38 GMT
Okay, thanks for the suggestion, will try to decrease the caches gradually.
Each node has near 50 000 000 docs, perhaps we need more shards...

We had smaller caches before but that was leading to bad feedback from our
users. Besides our application users we also use Solr internally for data
analyze (very basic, simple searches for lists of keywords to determine docs
category, but we run a lot of such queries).

Previously it was possible to point those internal queries to one node
(replica) and queries received from the users to another, so the caches did
not interfere with each other. Not sure how to do this now with SolrCloud,
it seems doesn't matter to which node we send requests, SolrCloud decides
which nodes will process it. Am I wrong?

Best,
Alex



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