How to fix a Low Disk Space problem?
Many users have needed assistance with low disk space.
It is common for a user to begin with a small deployment while learning how to deploy Solr to the cloud. This is often a Dedicated Node on the DN1 plan (one node, one ZooKeeper instance, 1 GB memory, 8 GB SSD storage).
It is easy to overload a DN1 deployment. If this appears to be the problem, there are two directions you can go:
- Dedicated Nodes can have as much as 64 GB RAM and 512 GB SSD storage. The Best Practice is simply to create a larger node and move your project into it. When the new deployment is on line, delete the original one.
- For production systems we recommend using a Decidated Cluster deployment instead of a Dedicated Node. Dedicated Clusters provide three nodes (and more if needed), a ZooKeeper ensemble, and up to 64 GB RAM and 512 GB SSD storage per node. (One warning: Be sure to set the Solr ReplicationFactor to equal the number of nodes in the cluster.)
Clients with premium support agreements (Gold, Platinum) can request assistance with these upgrades.
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Please contact the SearchStax Support Desk immediately if you have any question about Solr Cloud deployments.
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