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Increase search indexing performance using a queue processor (8.2)

Updated on May 3, 2021

Search indexing now uses a queue processor, resulting in a significant performance improvement. In addition, indexing is restartable. For example, if the database goes down during indexing, indexing automatically restarts when the database becomes available, saving time because you do not have to manually start reindexing from scratch.

Note: Search processing in multitentant systems has not been updated to use the queue processor.

As a result of using the queue processor for indexing, the following changes have been made to the Search landing page:

  • You cannot cancel indexing from the Search landing page. Cancel indexing by stopping the queue processor from the Data flow landing page.
  • The progress message is not shown. View progress on the Queue Processor landing page.
  • Queue processor information has been added.

Search landing page

For more information, see Stopping or pausing search reindexing.

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