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Open/Close indices to support acknowledgement from other nodes #3400

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javanna opened this Issue Jul 27, 2013 · 0 comments

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javanna commented Jul 27, 2013

The open/close index api currently returns back its response after the cluster state change has been digested by the master node, but the updated cluster state hasn't necessarily been published to all the nodes yet.

Add support for acknowledgement like we do with aliases. We wait for an ack from other nodes till the (configurable) timeout expires (default 10 seconds). The acknowledged flag in the response will reflect whether the cluster state change has been acknowledged by all the other nodes or not.

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@javanna javanna closed this in c23c5d2 Jul 29, 2013

javanna added a commit that referenced this issue Jul 29, 2013

Added support for acknowledgement from other nodes in open/close inde…
…x api

The open/close index api now waits for an acknowledgement from all the other nodes before returning its response, till the timeout (configurable, default 10 secs) expires. The returned acknowledged flag reflects whether the cluster state change was acknowledged by all the nodes or the timeout expired before.

Closes #3400

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

Added support for acknowledgement from other nodes in open/close inde…
…x api

The open/close index api now waits for an acknowledgement from all the other nodes before returning its response, till the timeout (configurable, default 10 secs) expires. The returned acknowledged flag reflects whether the cluster state change was acknowledged by all the nodes or the timeout expired before.

Closes elastic#3400
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