Disable allocation: New indices allocation not to be disabled by default #2258

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When setting cluster.routing.allocation.disable_allocation, it causes new indices primary shards to not be allocated. By default, new indices created should allow to, at the very least, allocate primary shards so they become operations. A new setting, cluster.routing.allocation.disable_new_allocation, allows to also disable "new" allocations.

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@kimchy kimchy Disable allocation: New indices allocation not to be disabled by default
When setting cluster.routing.allocation.disable_allocation, it causes new indices primary shards to not be allocated. By default, new indices created should allow to, at the very least, allocate primary shards so they become operations. A new setting, cluster.routing.allocation.disable_new_allocation, allows to also disable "new" allocations.
closes #2258.
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@kimchy kimchy Disable allocation: New indices allocation not to be disabled by default
When setting cluster.routing.allocation.disable_allocation, it causes new indices primary shards to not be allocated. By default, new indices created should allow to, at the very least, allocate primary shards so they become operations. A new setting, cluster.routing.allocation.disable_new_allocation, allows to also disable "new" allocations.
closes #2258.
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@kimchy kimchy Disable allocation: New indices allocation not to be disabled by default
When setting cluster.routing.allocation.disable_allocation, it causes new indices primary shards to not be allocated. By default, new indices created should allow to, at the very least, allocate primary shards so they become operations. A new setting, cluster.routing.allocation.disable_new_allocation, allows to also disable "new" allocations.
closes #2258.
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