Target Active Index

Review this topic for information about controlling the amount of compute resources to allocate for indexing.

ChaosSearch has the unique ability to allow administrators to set a predefined amount of compute resources that will be dedicated to indexing. By default, the system has internally controlled logic for automatically managing the load and allocating compute for indexing. Setting this control overrides the default logic.

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IMPORTANT:

Use caution with changes to the target active index. it is recommended to consult with your Customer Success Representative before changing this setting.

Target Active Index

After creating an object group, administrators can define the amount of compute to be allocated for indexing in the Group Content section of the object group.

To change the setting:

  1. In the Storage area, navigate to your object group and display the Group Content information.
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  1. In the Target Active Index field, click the Auto/pencil icon to display the following edit window.
  2. Select the Target Active Index checkbox to display the editable field.
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  1. Type the number of compute resources that you want to allocate for the object group indexing.

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IMPORTANT:

The Target Active Index value should not be greater than 12, which represents two cloud compute instances for this object group.


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