Algolia counts operations on replica indices a little differently than with primary indices.
The following replica operations don’t count:
- Propagating data updates from a primary index to a replica index (which happens automatically).
- Propagating settings updates from a primary index to a replica index (via the
However, we count the following operations:
- Updating settings directly on a replica, which counts as one operation.
- Adding a synonym or a Rule directly to a replica, which counts as one operation.
For Indexing Operations: How does Algolia count indexing operations?
For Reindexing Operations: How does Algolia count reindexing operations?
For Sandbox Applications: How does Algolia count operations for sandbox applications?
For Recommend Requests: How is a recommend request calculated against my usage?
For InstantSearch Operations: How does Algolia count InstantSearch operations?
For Refinement Operations: How does Algolia count refinement operations?
For Replica Indices: How does Algolia count operations on replica indices?
For Maximum Queries Per Second: How does Algolia calculate the Maximum QPS (Queries Per Second)?