Discussion on Scaling Performance with Large Datasets
TLDR Shouvik inquired about the performance of typesense with a large dataset, 150GB in size. Masahiro noted that sufficient RAM is crucial while Kishore Nallan suggested removing common stop words from the dataset to reduce memory use.
May 02, 2021 (33 months ago)
May 03, 2021 (33 months ago)
I think the problem is your ram disk space. Even with simple calculation, 120GB RAM is needed.
Kishore Nallan06:40 AM
One thing that can help is removing commonly occurring stop words from the dataset -- this should reduce memory consumption with negligible impact on search experience.
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