riaksearch: using index docs in place of real objects
mathias at basho.com
Thu May 26 09:42:16 EDT 2011
Riak Search stores indexed documents in Riak KV too, as serialized Erlang terms. You can easily verify that by requesting a document from http://riak.host:8098/riak/_rsid_<bucket>/key.
So whenever you query something through the Solr interface the documents you get back are fetched from these buckets, and therefore the same distribution and consistency properties apply to them as to objects stored directly in Riak KV. Bottom line is there's nothing wrong with just using them instead of fetching them again from Riak KV.
Developer Advocate, Basho Technologies
On Mittwoch, 25. Mai 2011 at 00:34, Greg Pascale wrote:
> In our data model, our riak objects are flat JSON objects, and thus their corresponding index documents are nearly identical - the only difference is that a few fields which are ints in the riak objects are strings in the index doc.
> Since they are so similar, we are directly using the index docs returned from our search call, skipping the second step of doing gets on the returned keys to retrieve the real objects.
> Is this advisable? Are there any circumstances under which we might run into consistency issues?
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