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I have a custom index my_index that observe the change in a custom table entity_data. When changes happen in entity_data, my index's execute function is called by Magento like this $indexer->execute([$id1, $id2]);. I know I can reset the whole index by this command:

bin/magento indexer:reset my_index

And I want to build a similar command for my index which only reset some specific ids, something like:

bin/magento indexer:reset_custom my_index "id1,id2"

So the cron job can run it by schedule. Any help will be really appreciated.

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You can achieve your goal by cron job. You can set your indexer to run by schedule. Look this once for further clarifications : Magento2 reindex via cron job

Or if you want to do with code this may help you : How to set the cron job for indexing in magento2?

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  • Yes I am aware of cron job and it is already set up and running. My problem is I want to schedule indexer run for specific ids, like when you edit a product and the indexer will reindex the product id.
    – Hieu Duong
    Jun 7, 2021 at 1:29
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You can create a CLI command line to handle your requests. How to add CLI commands

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