Deleting a shard will unload all replicas of the shard and remove them from clusterstate.json. It will only remove shards that are inactive, or which have no range given for custom sharding.

collection_deleteshard(conn, name, shard, raw = FALSE, ...)

Arguments

conn

A solrium connection object, see SolrClient

name

(character) Required. The name of the collection that includes the shard to be deleted

shard

(character) Required. The name of the shard to be deleted

raw

(logical) If TRUE, returns raw data

...

curl options passed on to crul::HttpClient

Examples

if (FALSE) { (conn <- SolrClient$new()) # create collection if (!conn$collection_exists("buffalo")) { conn$collection_create(name = "buffalo") # OR: bin/solr create -c buffalo } # find shard names names(conn$collection_clusterstatus()$cluster$collections$buffalo$shards) # split a shard by name collection_splitshard(conn, name = "buffalo", shard = "shard1") # now we have three shards names(conn$collection_clusterstatus()$cluster$collections$buffalo$shards) # delete shard conn$collection_deleteshard(name = "buffalo", shard = "shard1_1") }