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From Ali Nazemian <>
Subject Re: Import data from accumulo to solr
Date Sun, 27 Jul 2014 13:52:13 GMT
Actually I use Nutch 1.8. The one that you mentioned is fore nutch 2.x.

On Sun, Jul 27, 2014 at 5:01 PM, Joe Gresock <> wrote:

> Ali, can you fork the data from Nutch?  Like, send it both to Solr and
> Accumulo?  This appears to be an article configuring Nutch/Gora with
> Accumulo:
> On Sun, Jul 27, 2014 at 1:31 AM, Ali Nazemian <>
> wrote:
>> Dear All,
>> Hi,
>> I recently got familiar with Accumulo and its great performance in NOSQL
>> world. Anyway I have some situation in my application and I was wondering
>> Accumulo is a perfect fit for that. Here is my situation:
>> I have a cluster of hadoop machines. It is used for crawling some
>> websites using Nutch. I have some other machines for indexing crawled data
>> inside Solr. Right now I am looking for a NOSQL database to place as data
>> layer. For this purpose I want to store crawl data inside that database. I
>> am going to do some analysis on that data (especially social network
>> analysis). In addition to some parts of these data should be imported to
>> Solr as another part of my application. My question would be "is Accumulo a
>> perfect fit for this situation?" If yes could you give me some hints on how
>> can I for example define something like the trigger in RDBMS to tell
>> accumulo to send some of data to solr on importing new data.
>> Best regards.
>> --
>> A.Nazemian
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