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From Erick Erickson <>
Subject Re: Replication and proxy settings
Date Thu, 12 Jul 2012 11:38:00 GMT

It's perfectly appropriate to open a JIRA and attach your code as a
patch, thanks!

If you haven't already seen it, this describes now to make patches, etc...

Most IDEs have the ability to create them too, and "svn -diff" is easy
to do (execute that from the
dir that contains both solr and lucene for ease-of-use, please).

We typically name patches as SOLR-####.patch, where ### is the JIRA number.

Here's the JIRA link:, you
have to create
a user ID to add JIRAs/patches.....

Code is always welcome!


On Thu, Jul 12, 2012 at 6:43 AM, Gautier Koscielny <> wrote:
> Hello,
>  I work near Cambridge at the EMBL-EBI and I would like to contribute to
> Our current project involved 2 teams developing a full text search service
> based on SOLR 3.6.
> We have had issues when trying to replicate a master copy of an index to a
> slave using HTTP proxy settings passed to the JRE.
> To solve this issue, I've created a copy of the SnapPuller and the
> ReplicationHandler, modified the code to manage
> proxy settings and modified the configuration of the SOLR slave to use this
> new handler.
> We have tested the replication using proxy settings in our environment with
> success.
> What I would like to do now is to apply these changes to the SnapPuller
> directly:
> -  check proxy settings before creating the httpClient
> -  apply the proxy setting to the httpClient HostConfiguration.
> I don't want to patch 3.6 and would like to apply the change to SOLR 4.
> Please, tell me what do you think about this change and if I can proceed.
> What is the usual procedure to commit code?
> Best regards,
> Gautier

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