I have a react site that is using React InstantSearch.
I am trying to tune the quota limits I have placed on my API key. Something that is unclear to me, is whether a user’s search is counted against my operations quota. According to the plan pricing page:
What is an Indexing Operation?
An operation is counted when a record is indexed, updated or deleted.
Okay, so I guess a search isn’t an operation, and thus doesn’t count against my quota. However, on my dashboard I see this:
So… maybe multi-queries are a special type of search that does count against my operations? It definitely seems to be coming from my users’ browsers, as seen in this picture which shows that the majority of operations are being used by React-InstantSearch:
But that’s weird, on my search page, I’m only searching against a single index:
I am not using the
<Index> component in my project either…
Searching the web, I don’t find any documentation about
multi-query operations, so I’m a little lost at this point. Looking at my logs, I suppose the
* could make these queries multi-querys:
I don’t know why there is an
* since I’m specifying the index to use in React InstantSearch.
So my main questions are:
- Do my user’s searches count against a quota?
multi-queriesa special search that counts against a quota?
- What is a
multi-query, and can I stop using them somehow?