A Fusion collection can be configured to map to multiple Solr collections, known as partitions in this context, where each partition contains data from a specific time range. An example is time-based partitioning for logs:
Once a collection is configured for time-base partitioning, Fusion automatically ages out old partitions and creates new ones, using the configured partition sizes, expiration intervals, and so on. No manual maintenance is needed.
|This feature is deprecated in Fusion 5.2.|
This feature is not enabled by default. Enable it for each collection using the Collection Features API.
|Fusion cannot retroactively partition data that has already been indexed. It can only perform time-based partitioning on incoming data.|