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How do I perform a reset of a distributed search runtime environment which is configured to use a shared index? (Doc ID 1496916.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 09, 2020

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Oracle Knowledge - Version 8.0.x and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Within a non distributed search runtime environment, in order to recover from a variety of failure scenarios it is sometimes necessary to perform a "reset" of the Search Runtime environment prior to performing a synchronization to it from the associated Scheduler instance. This "reset" is simply the renaming away of the directory "<search runtime instance directory>/<role>/runtime", restarting the instance and then performing the synchronization. Full details on performing a "reset" on a non distributed search runtime environment can be found in the article 1464763.1. A slightly different process is required when dealing with a distributed search runtime configuration.

This article explains how to perform a reset of a distributed search runtime environment that is configured to use a shared index between the Query Coordinators and the Query Workers.

This article does not specify how to configure a distributed search runtime environment.

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 The procedure for resetting the distributed runtime environment will now be described:
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