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From "Brian O'Neill" <bone...@healthmarketscience.com>
Subject Re: Could possible donate webapp for dynamic core create/deletion.
Date Wed, 24 Aug 2011 13:35:44 GMT
Great, thanks Arvind.   It sounds like interest is there.
I¹ll get it up on github.

-brian

On 8/24/11 3:12 AM, "Arvind Srini" <aravind.treasurata@gmail.com> wrote:

> Thanks, Brian.  This would certainly be useful.
> 
> Ideally , putting this one up in github, will help it open it for the
> community try it out immediately and pass the feedback/improve
> documentation/api usage etc. , while the migration process to the lucene
> contribs can happen concurrently still. 
> 
> 
> 
> On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 6:55 PM, Brian O'Neill
> <boneill@healthmarketscience.com> wrote:
>> Sure thingŠ
>>  
>> Basically, we mimicked the core creation script and procedure described here:
>> http://blog.dustinrue.com/archives/690
>> <http://console.mxlogic.com/redir/?5NZxN4sqekjqrZTTTTbCM0p0-F7A6WjB2bvYLCNIjA
>> p-Ce6zCVK_8I9LfzAm4PhOrKrgYOnzYSUMbzxNEV78BO5ov8YYUD-DP9GX4HYWmBYbvOUafrJYfXl
>> JIj_w09J6UVZcSyOyMyUqejhOe76T73obZ8Qg2lmPQ3h0JmB943_d425orfPh00blBzh0Xm9Ewgbg
>> Rmlzh1qIvd45E_I_N3P_DaIedPYfDyN-OwrhdFCQTXLLLEL6XNP->
>>  
>> We wrapped it that process in a RESTful web service.  A client can post a
>> schema to the  service, which will create the file for you then POST to SOLR
>> to create the core.  The web service is configured using a properties file
>> right now, which among other things has a list of hosts.  It will loop
>> through the hosts and perform this operation on each host.  If one fails, it
>> rolls the core creation back on each host.
>>  
>> If you want, I could pass along the WADL that we have for the service.
>>  
>> -brian
>>  
>>  
>> 
>> From: mohit soni [mailto:mohitsoni1989@gmail.com]
>> Sent: Tuesday, August 23, 2011 5:32 AM
>> To: dev@lucene.apache.org
>> Subject: Re: Could possible donate webapp for dynamic core create/deletion.
>> 
>>  
>> Hi Brian
>> 
>> Can you share a brief summary of the work done, features offered, etc.
>> 
>> ~mohit
>> 
>> On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 6:43 PM, Brian O'Neill
>> <boneill@healthmarketscience.com> wrote:
>> 
>> All,
>>  
>> My team has developed a small web app that can dynamically create/delete
>> cores in a cluster of SOLR instances.  Is this feature already under
>> development?  Is anyone interested in it?  If so, we might be able to donate
>> it.
>>  
>> -brian
>>  

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Brian O'Neill
Lead Architect, Software Development
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