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From Stefan Guggisberg <stefan.guggisb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: indexing, jackrabbit & cqfs
Date Fri, 04 Feb 2011 09:19:22 GMT
On Tue, Jun 14, 2005 at 3:19 PM, Boris Kraft <boris.kraft@obinary.com> wrote:
> On 14.06.2005, at 10:58, Marcel Reutegger wrote:
>> Boris Kraft wrote:
>>> Is it still possible to turn of indexing (and versioning while I am at
>>>  it) with the current release of jackrabbit?
>> If you comment out the SearchIndex tag in the workspace.xml you can
>> disable the QueryManager / Indexing.
> Thanks
>>> The reason why I am asking is that with my latest build (from last
>>>  Saturday) I have serious problems to get a stable repository using  cqfs.
>>> In particular, the repository breaks and the indexer writes out  index.dat
>>> files with a size of ~100GB (yes, thats Gigabyte). Obviously,  I am not
>>> really happy about that.
>>> Does anybody else experience similar behavior?
>> Nope, haven't seen this before.
>> It seems that you are using CQFS as the underlying filesystem for the
>> search index. If this is true, I recommend to use LocalFileSystem.
>> One reason for the huge index.dat file might be that the configuration for
>> CQFS is not apropriate for the use as a filesystem for search index. e.g.
>> the blocksize parameter has an influence on the maxmimum file size that can
>> be created in CQFS.
> Yes, that might be a good idea.
> I am currently moving from cqfs to filesystem and up to now this looks quite
> promising (except for the number of files I now have). The repository is now
> stable again. It might be an issue with CQFS on OSX, I'll let you know if

wrong list.
since cqfs is a commercial product, please contact your product support channel.


> problems go away when run on windows.
> Thanks again
> - Boris

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