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From "Julien Nioche" <>
Subject Re: release & migration plan
Date Tue, 13 Jul 2004 12:22:54 GMT
Of course I'd be pleased to make a draft of the javadoc and a patch file.
I'll try to do it, but I can't promise to deliver it soon....

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Doug Cutting" <>
To: "Lucene Developers List" <>
Sent: Monday, July 12, 2004 7:34 PM
Subject: Re: release & migration plan

> fp235-5 wrote:
> > I'd like to be able to modify the indexInterval (tii file) from the
> > I tried it recently and it proved to increase performances, especially
for large
> > queries. Do you think there would be a reason not to give access to that
> I agree.  We should add this, but with caution.  I haven't added this in
> the past because I feared that, like mergeFactor, it is rife for abuse,
> that folks will set it to very large or small values and then loudly
> proclaim that Lucene is broken.
> If we make it easily changeable then we should clearly document (a) that
> one should change it with caution; (b) what reasonable values are; and
> (c) what the effects are of setting it high (low memory use, somewhat
> slower search, faster IndexReader creation) and low (high memory use,
> somewhat faster search, slower IndexReader creation).  A formula for
> memory use and IndexReader creation speed should be included
> (proportional to total number of terms) and a description of impact on
> search performance (constant factor per query term, regardless of index
> size: greater impact for small indexes, less for large indexes).
> In particular, we want to discourage folks with very large indexes or
> who re-open indexes frequently from setting this to small values.
> Would you like to draft the javadoc and make a patch file for this
> change?  This would not be an incompatible change and could be done at
> any time.
> Doug
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