Updating index.codec from to – How to solve related issues

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Updating index.codec from to – How to solve related issues

Opster Team

Feb-20, Version: 1.7-8.0

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Log Context

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Log “updating index.codec from [{}] to [{}]” classname is InternalEngine.java.
We extracted the following from Elasticsearch source code for those seeking an in-depth context :

                         InternalEngine.this.indexConcurrency = indexConcurrency;
                        // we have to flush in this case; since it only applies on a new index writer
                        requiresFlushing = true;
                    }
                    if (!codecName.equals(InternalEngine.this.codecName)) {
                        logger.info("updating index.codec from [{}] to [{}]"; InternalEngine.this.codecName; codecName);
                        InternalEngine.this.codecName = codecName;
                        // we want to flush in this case; so the new codec will be reflected right away...
                        requiresFlushing = true;
                    }
                    if (failOnMergeFailure != InternalEngine.this.failOnMergeFailure) {




 

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