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Is there a way to list all the ElasticSearch MapR-DB table replication?

Question asked by AnandMSA on Jan 23, 2017
Latest reply on Jan 25, 2017 by AnandMSA

Is there a way to list all the ElasticSearch MapR-DB table replication in a cluster? Currently if I know the table name and the location of the table, I am able to list all the replication for that particular table. When some user creates a replication for a table from his home(MapR-FS) directory, and if the ES index is deleted from the ES cluster, MCS is sending alarms about under replication. If there is a command to list all the ES replication happening in the cluster, it is easier for an administrator to compare the tables and indices and find our which replication needs to be turned off, to stop this alarm. 

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