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ElasticSearch is designed to work with indices that are built of multiple shards and replicas and you probably have such indices in your cluster. Sometimes it may be handy to see which shard will the query be exectued at. Before ElasticSearch 0.90 you could run a query and check the stats to see that, but now we can use the Search Shards API. Let’s look on how we can use this API by using a simple example and queries that does and doesn’t use routing.

Posted by negativ  |   Submitted: Aug 26 2013 / 03:30

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