Issues with Typesense Import API Document Indexing
TLDR Morgan experienced inconsistent document indexing using the Typesense Import API. Jason clarified that Typesense returns a success: true or false for each record in the batch import call.
Jan 12, 2022 (24 months ago)
Action: "upsert" BatchSize: 100
I have 5 goroutines sending around 10000 documents and each request has about 500 documents. Each of them has unique key so there should be 10k document in my collection. But what I have found is the number of document is always smaller than what I actually sent, around 7k. And when I reduce the request size from 500 to 200, there are more documents show up in cluster. But I don’t see any feedback from Typesense if any of the batch was not successful.
Is it safe to say when importing, TS will not send whether the documents in the request has been successfully indexed? If so, what can I do to make sure the documents I send will be indexed?
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