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[tracking] CirrusSearch: what is updated during re-indexing
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Since we reindex on a somewhat infrequent basis, we should have a ticket that collects the updates that will happen during the next reindex.

This will be a recurring ticket, meaning that each time we do a reindex, we'll note it here and then use it again to list out new updates that will take effect the next time a reindex is done.

We should make or consider making announcements to the various communities that will be affected by the re-indexing, especially when there is a big gap between the discussion of the upcoming re-index and the actual re-index.

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TJones renamed this task from [Recurring task] CirrusSearch: what is updated during re-indexing to [EPIC][Recurring task] CirrusSearch: what is updated during re-indexing.Mar 23 2020, 5:36 PM
TJones moved this task from Incoming to Epics on the Discovery-Search (Current work) board.
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@Aklapper thanks for tending the garden! This task doesn't really have an end date because it is the parent Epic for all reindexing tasks (so we can find them, and we know what is currently on the queue). There will always be new reindexing tasks. And, at the time @debt claimed it, she was arguably the person most likely to be responsible for making sure that the tasks eventually got done.

So, what's the right way to do handle this situation? Leave it unclaimed? Are either [EPIC] or [Recurring task] (or both together) enough?

Aklapper added a project: Tracking-Neverending.

Uh, I apologize for the interruption! I guess I should have somehow excluded this task. Let's add Tracking-Neverending (and I'll update my SQL query).

Gehel renamed this task from [EPIC][Recurring task] CirrusSearch: what is updated during re-indexing to [tracking] CirrusSearch: what is updated during re-indexing.Oct 6 2020, 2:57 PM

There was some question on whether this ticket is needed as a tracking task. Consensus is that we should keep it. There hasn't been much activity lately as there hasn't been much focus on CirrusSearch, but it is still a good way to keep track on reindexes.

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Mentioned in SAL (#wikimedia-operations) [2021-07-27T15:22:15Z] <dcausse> cirrus: reindexing 823 wikis in elastic@[eqiad, codfw and cloudelastic] to apply new mapping (weighted_tags) T147505

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