It is time to say goodbye: This version of Elastic Cloud Enterprise has reached end-of-life (EOL) and is no longer supported.
The documentation for this version is no longer being maintained. If you are running this version, we strongly advise you to upgrade. For the latest information, see the current release documentation.
- DEPRECATED: Controls the allocation strategy of this node type using a simplified version of the Elasticsearch filter DSL (together with 'node_configuration')
- Defines the Elasticsearch cluster settings. (If specified at the top level provides a field-by-field default; at the topology level provides the overrides)
- The memory capacity in MB for each node of this type built in each zone. NOTES: (Only powers of 2 starting with 1024 are supported. Will fail to allocate if too much memory is requested - use 'node_count_per_zone' in that case to split the cluster up within a zone)
- Controls the allocation strategy of this node type by pointing to the names of pre-registered allocator settings. Unless otherwise specified for this deployment, only 'default' is supported (equivalent to omitting).
- The number of nodes of this type that are allocated within each zone. NOTES: (ie total capacity per zone = 'node_count_per_zone' * 'memory_per_node' in MB). Cannot be set for tiebreaker topologies. For dedicated master nodes, must be 1 if an entry exists
- Controls the combinations of different Elasticsearch node types (default: can be master, can hold data, can run ingest pipelines). (Cannot be set for tiebreaker topologies)
- The default number of zones in which data nodes will be placed