Your problem seems a lot like an issue I see with Near Real Time (NRT)
replicas. I posted about it in this forum. I was told that a possible
solution was to use the Global Stats feature. I am looking at testing that

Have you tried using Tlog replicas? That fixed my issues with relevancy
differences between queries.

On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 9:41 AM, Markus Jelsma <>

> Hello,
> We're on 7.2.1 and rely on ExactStatsCache to work around the problem of
> not all nodes sharing the same maxDoc within a shard. But, it doesn't work,
> anymore!
> I've looked things up in Jira but nothing so far. SOLR-10952 also doesn't
> cause it because with queryResultCache disabled, document scores don't
> match up, the ordering of search results is not constant for the same query
> in consecutive searches.
> We see this on a local machine, just with default similarity and classic
> query parser.
> Any hints on what to do now?
> Many thanks,
> Markus


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