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Difference between superindex and bloom filter on logger

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Based on " " document bloom filter creates superindexes, but based on logger admin guide there is no sign about bloom filter just superindexes is discussed and given as the way to speed search. is it true if we say "in the logger superindex is exist and created automatically but no bloom filter is existing by the way from ESM 6.8 superindex is an option with enabled by "bloomfilter.creation.enabled=true • bloomfilter.scan.enabled=true". Are there any difference betwwen looger superindex that is created automatically and ESM bloom filter based superindex that enabled  "bloomfilter.creation.enabled=true • bloomfilter.scan.enabled=true" keys.

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Bloom filters is the technical mechanism, while Super Indexing is the externally facing feature name in both Logger and ESM. So they are one and the same. They are on by default for Logger while they are off by default for ESM.

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Bloom filters is the technical mechanism, while Super Indexing is the externally facing feature name in both Logger and ESM. So they are one and the same. They are on by default for Logger while they are off by default for ESM.

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Thank you ofer, is it possible to enable bloomfilter on ESM basically editing some .properties files.

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