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Refactor - shard variable dependency from processFirstPhaseResults as shard is no more needed #12917

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HarishAtGitHub commented Aug 16, 2015

this is a small commit to remove the
shard variable dependency from processFirstPhaseResults as shard is no more
needed here . it only deals with the results obtained from the synchronous search on each shard.
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Harish Kayarohanam
this is a small commit to remove the
shard variable dependency from processFirstPhaseResults as shard is no more
needed here . it only deals with the results obtained from the synchronous search on each shard.

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Merge pull request #12917 from HarishAtGitHub/refactorprocessFirstPhase
Refactor - shard variable dependency from processFirstPhaseResults as shard is no more needed

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merged thanks!

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s1monw commented Aug 16, 2015

merged thanks!

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Merge pull request #12917 from HarishAtGitHub/refactorprocessFirstPhase
Refactor - shard variable dependency from processFirstPhaseResults as shard is no more needed

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