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From "Vadim Ivanov" <>
Subject Soft commit and new replica types
Date Sat, 08 Dec 2018 10:42:45 GMT
Before 7.x all replicas in SolrCloud were NRT type.
And following rules were applicable:

But having  new TLOG and PULL replica types causing some mess in that explanations.
>From Ref guide we have:
" NRT is the only type of replica that supports soft-commits..."
"If TLOG replica does become a leader, it will behave the same as if it was a NRT type of
Does it mean, that if we do not have NRT replicas in the cluster then 
autoSoftCommit section in solconfig.xml Ignored completely (even on TLOG leader)?


Should we say that in autoCommit section openSearcher is always true in that case?


Does it mean that new Searcher always starts on all replicas when hard commit happens on leader?
Some words in Ref Guide about new replica types in section #commit-and-softcommit seems to
be usefull.

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