[Neo4j] Does removing a node/relationship automatically remove it from all indices?
mattias at neotechnology.com
Wed Oct 27 19:05:30 CEST 2010
I assume we're talking about the new integrated index framework (not
IndexService), right? The Index framework which will replace
IndexService and has ability to index relationships and all that?
It's not a hard thing to implement the auto self-healing, clearing of
deleted entities from an index when encountered... I just haven't
gotten around to it. It's quite a nice feature, since it already hides
them for you, it might as well delete them for you.
2010/10/27, Marko Rodriguez <okrammarko at gmail.com>:
>> The implementation is currently that if you "forget" to remove it from the
>> index it will be filtered out of the query result silently... but over
>> that list of dead entities could grow, if the index couldn't somehow
>> self-heal, which it definately could... well a lot could be done there.
> Yes. This is what I noticed: I was deleting vertices/edges, and when
> querying the index, they were not returned. So I assumed that you had "auto
> clearing" in the Index implementation. I was excited. However, now I see its
> a "silent delete" on query.
> Now, I suppose in Blueprints, I can, for every deleted vertex/edge, go
> through the indices and remove them for every key/value property they have.
> However, this is time consuming and would yield slow delete speeds.
> Thoughts? Should I just let the "silent delete" happen? Will there be plans
> to automagically remove non-existent PropertyContainers from the indices?
> Thank you for your time,
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Mattias Persson, [mattias at neotechnology.com]
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