Thanks Erick. I don't think all of those ifs are in place. Must be something in our nightly process that is conflicting. Will dive in tomorrow to figure out and report back.
On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 1:27 PM Erick Erickson <erickerick...@gmail.com> wrote: > First, are you absolutely sure you're committing before shutting down? > Hard commit in this case, openSearcher shouldn't matter. > > SolrCloud? And if not SolrCloud, how are you shutting Solr down? "Kill > -9" is evil. > > If you have transaction logs enabled then you shouldn't be losing > docs, any uncommitted docs should be replayed from the transaction > log. > > This should absolutely _not_ be happening assuming hard commits > happen. One possible explanation is that you have hard commits turned > off and are using soft commits _and_ the transaction log isn't > enabled. And you kill Solr with evil intent. But that's a long chain > of "ifs".... > > Best, > Erick > > On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 6:02 AM, John Blythe <j...@curvolabs.com> wrote: > > hi all. > > > > i have a core that contains about 22 million documents. when the solr > > server is restarted it drops to 200-400k. the dashbaord says that it's > both > > optimized and current. > > > > is there config issues i need to address in solr or the server? not > really > > sure where to begin in hunting this down. > > > > thanks- > -- -- *John Blythe* Product Manager & Lead Developer 251.605.3071 | j...@curvolabs.com www.curvolabs.com 58 Adams Ave Evansville, IN 47713