# Limit = 0? Does it still calculate facet ?

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## Limit = 0? Does it still calculate facet ?

 We have a qt=provider and it sets facets. We want to short circuit the facet. Can we set limit=0 and will it NOT calculate it? Or does it calculate it and not return results? Can we make it faster ? f..facet.limit = 0 -- Bill Bell [hidden email] cell 720-256-8076
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## Re: Limit = 0? Does it still calculate facet ?

 Yes, facet.limit will short circuit and not calculate the facet for the field. I'm assuming you can't just use facet=false? Tomas On Thu, Dec 22, 2016 at 1:00 PM, William Bell <[hidden email]> wrote: > We have a qt=provider and it sets facets. > > We want to short circuit the facet. Can we set limit=0 and will it NOT > calculate it? > > Or does it calculate it and not return results? Can we make it faster ? > > f..facet.limit = 0 > > -- > Bill Bell > [hidden email] > cell 720-256-8076 >
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## Re: Limit = 0? Does it still calculate facet ?

 > facet.limit will short circuit and not calculate the facet for the field. But not for SolrCloud, I believe. On Fri, Dec 23, 2016 at 2:15 AM, Tomás Fernández Löbbe < [hidden email]> wrote: > Yes, facet.limit will short circuit and not calculate the facet for the > field. I'm assuming you can't just use facet=false? > > Tomas > > On Thu, Dec 22, 2016 at 1:00 PM, William Bell <[hidden email]> wrote: > > > We have a qt=provider and it sets facets. > > > > We want to short circuit the facet. Can we set limit=0 and will it NOT > > calculate it? > > > > Or does it calculate it and not return results? Can we make it faster ? > > > > f..facet.limit = 0 > > > > -- > > Bill Bell > > [hidden email] > > cell 720-256-8076 > > > -- Sincerely yours Mikhail Khludnev