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ES:Incremental Discussions Crawl Creates New Index (Doc ID 2475909.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Portal - Version 12.2.1.3.181015 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When a user is performing incremental discussions crawl, it creates two discussions indexes and Elasticseach stops working with no errors.

Example:

Run the Incremental Crawl as mentioned below.
http://<hostname>:8888/webcenter
-> Administration
-> Tools and Services
-> Search
-> Scheduler (tab)
-> Edit Discussions Scheduler
Ensure that the Frequency is set to "Manual Launch" and that the Policy is "Process Items That Have Changed" and press "Save and Close" or "Cancel" as appropriate (the above is the default).
-> Press that "||> Start" button next to the Discussions Crawler Source.

http://<hostname>:9200/_cat/indices?v

health status index uuid pri rep docs.count docs.deleted store.size pri.store.size
yellow open es_index_documents RkwcPA42SDeu6OC7SxtLMA 5 1 0 0 795b 795b
yellow open es_index_portals Lft6SqESSXWaqQu7HMnY_w 5 1 0 0 795b 795b
yellow open es_index_discussions_2 5Pj3sC_sSdmPCsQy5EIteQ 5 1 0 0 650b 650b
yellow open es_index_discussions_1 UFP34VS6Qnq1bm-VlYEcsQ 5 1 8 1 51.9kb 51.9kb

Only after restarting and doing FULL indexing does the functionality properly work (ie, only one index for Discussions).

Cause

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