Elasticsearch NFS mount point

We are working on Bitbucket Data Center and stuck at Elasticsearch setup.

we have seperate Elasticsearch server and loadbalancer now the question is, like Bitbucket do we need to have a seperate nfs mount point for Elasticsearch or it simply work without having its nfs mount point?

your suggestion will be highly appreciated.


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Hi Bhagwan,

This is really a question best suited for Elastic (since we don't bundle the standalone version of Elasticsearch), but I can tell you already that Elasticsearch requires its files (at least the indexes) to be located on a local volume for performance reasons.



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