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Add optimize thread pool (size 1) dedicated to perform explicit optimize API #3366

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kimchy opened this Issue Jul 23, 2013 · 0 comments

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kimchy commented Jul 23, 2013

Have a dedicated thread pool for explicit optimize calls (shard level optimize operations). By default, the size should be 1 to work the same with how things work currently allowing for only 1 shard level optimize on a node.

The change allows to see the optimize thread pool stats now, and potentially increase the thread pool size for beefy machines.

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kimchy added a commit that referenced this issue Jul 23, 2013

Add optimize thread pool (size 1) dedicated to perform explicit optim…
…ize API

Have a dedicated thread pool for explicit optimize calls (shard level optimize operations). By default, the size should be 1 to work the same with how things work currently allowing for only 1 shard level optimize on a node.

The change allows to see the optimize thread pool stats now, and potentially increase the thread pool size for beefy machines.

closes #3366

mute pushed a commit to mute/elasticsearch that referenced this issue Jul 29, 2015

Add optimize thread pool (size 1) dedicated to perform explicit optim…
…ize API

Have a dedicated thread pool for explicit optimize calls (shard level optimize operations). By default, the size should be 1 to work the same with how things work currently allowing for only 1 shard level optimize on a node.

The change allows to see the optimize thread pool stats now, and potentially increase the thread pool size for beefy machines.

closes elastic#3366
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