Tired of entering password again and again ?
Run this command to remember your password:
git config --global credential.helper 'cache --timeout 28800'
Above command will tell git to cache your password for 8 hours.
|# Deleting all keys in redis that match a regular expression|
|redis-cli [options] KEYS "prefix:*" | xargs redis-cli [options] DEL|
|# If authorization is needed|
|redis-cli -a <AUTH> KEYS "prefix:*" | xargs redis-cli -a <AUTH> DEL|
|# If no authorization is needed|
|redis-cli KEYS "prefix:*" | xargs redis-cli DEL|
|If you want, I can try and help with pointers as to how to improve the indexing speed you get. Its quite easy to really increase it by using some simple guidelines, for example:|
|- Use create in the index API (assuming you can).|
|- Relax the real time aspect from 1 second to something a bit higher (index.engine.robin.refresh_interval).|
|- Increase the indexing buffer size (indices.memory.index_buffer_size), it defaults to the value 10% which is 10% of the heap.|
|- Increase the number of dirty operations that trigger automatic flush (so the translog won't get really big, even though its FS based) by setting index.translog.flush_threshold (defaults to 5000).|
|- Increase the memory allocated to elasticsearch node. By default its 1g.|
|- Start with a lower replica count (even 0), and then once the bulk loading is done, increate it to the value you want it to be using the update_settings API. This will improve things as possibly less shards will be allocated to each machine.|
|- Increase the number of machines you have so|
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