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datastore blobs

sravanthib39626
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does re-indexing creates new blobs and store them back to datastore?

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Nirmal_Jose
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Hi @sravanthib39626 ,

For Lucene indexes, the actual index content lives in the BlobStore. So, yes, it does add to the BlobStore. Reference at second paragraph of [1]

 

[1] -https://github.com/AdobeDocs/experience-manager-65.en/blob/master/help/sites-deploying/best-practice...

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Arun_Patidar
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Hi,

Reindexing does not change any content, it just updates the indexing details at backend at /crx-quickstart/repository/index

sravanthib39626
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I am able to see the below log while performing the re-indexing 15.05.2020 14:02:57.409 *INFO* [async-index-update-fulltext-async] org.apache.jackrabbit.oak.plugins.index.IndexUpdate /oak:index/lucene => Indexed 4460000 nodes in 1.653 s ... 15.05.2020 14:02:57.693 *INFO* [oak-lucene-57] org.apache.jackrabbit.oak.plugins.blob.AbstractSharedCachingDataStore Added blob [111e5608260de0e2b22222cd44be08a8517fe79e380599dabd98d7d8488bb66c] to backend
Nirmal_Jose
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Hi @sravanthib39626 ,

For Lucene indexes, the actual index content lives in the BlobStore. So, yes, it does add to the BlobStore. Reference at second paragraph of [1]

 

[1] -https://github.com/AdobeDocs/experience-manager-65.en/blob/master/help/sites-deploying/best-practice...

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