The data management feature allows you to view basic information such as index status, cluster, and Elasticsearch version and manage backing indices.
The basic information module displays information such as index name, index status, index type, cluster, Elasticsearch version, index size, and creation time. The index size is obtained by adding the size of all backing indices in the index.
The configuration information module displays information such as write mode, time field, and index lifecycle settings.
You generally don't need to care about backing index, as it is the underlying implementation logic of autonomous index. If you want to pay more attention to and manipulate backup index, see the following:
The backing index management module allows you to view the information of backing indices, including index name, index status, index size, current lifecycle phase, and creation time, as well as delete backing indices.
The latest backing index in an autonomous index and the backing index being written cannot be deleted.
A rolling update will create a new backing index for the autonomous index. Currently, two rolling update methods are supported: