-Re: core sleep/wake
Erick Erickson 2012-05-01, 11:31
Well, that'll be kinda self-defeating. The whole point of auto-warming
is to fill up the caches, consuming memory. Without that, searches
will be slow. So the idea of using minimal resources is really
antithetical to having these in-memory structures filled up.
You can try configuring minimal caches & etc. Or just give it
lots of memory and count on your OS to swap the pages out
if the particular core doesn't get used.
On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 5:18 PM, oferiko <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I have a multicore solr with a lot of cores that contains a lot of data (~50M
> documents), but are rarely used.
> Can i load a core from configuration, but have keep it in sleep mode, where
> is has all the configuration available, but it hardly consumes resources,
> and based on a query or an update, it will "come to life"?
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