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From Mark Bennett <mark.benn...@lucidworks.com>
Subject Re: non-default Jetty jars under Solr
Date Wed, 10 Apr 2013 20:28:45 GMT
Found a fix for this:

Created this file:

solr/example/start.ini
---------------------------
OPTIONS=default,rewrite,*

That file just needs to be in the same directory as start.jar

Of course you still need the ivy and jetty.xml stuff, detailed in SOLR-4431


On Apr 8, 2013, at 9:33 PM, Mark Bennett <mark.bennett@lucidworks.com> wrote:

> Jetty question very specific to Solr, have been around and around with Google and Jetty
doc.
> 
> Drafting a simple patch for SOLR-4431 so that /cloud redirects to /solr/#/~cloud
> 
> What's working:
> 
> 	Added jetty-rewrite to solr/example/ivy.xml so that I'm now getting example/lib/jetty-rewrite-8.1.8.v20121106.jar
> 
> 	Added rewrite rule to jetty.xml, references class org.eclipse.jetty.rewrite.handler.RewriteHandler
> 
> 
> What's *almost* working:
> 
> 	If I just java -jar start.jar, I get a class not found for RewriteHandler
> 
> 	If I do java -jar start.jar OPTIONS=default,rewrite, it works, BUT not acceptable for
general usage
> 
> Where I'm stuck:
> 	I need to tell Jetty to include "rewrite" in its list of options, so it'll include the
new class path.
> 	Add "rewrite" in such a way that "java -jar start.jar" picks it up.  SEEMS simple enough,
but each of the solutions has some problem:
> 
> 	Add OPTIONS= on the command line: Unacceptable, can't start solr if you forget it.
> 
> 	Some environment variable… (if it exists), same problem, can't start solr if you forget
it.
> 
> 	Add it to start.config in the start.jar file: No, we don't build that, we download it
as a fixed asset in ivy
> 
> 	Add it to start.ini: No, we don't use start.ini, and if I add one, I *think* it's back
to requiring a different command line option
> 
> 	Add something to etc/jetty.xml, BEFORE first reference to RewriteHandler class.  So
far no luck, trying to set OPTIONS=… in there.
> 	Maybe there's some other way???
> 
> 	Add something to etc/webdefault.xml: might be too late in the startup chain, and haven't
found anything that works.
> 
> 	Add something to contexts/solr-jetty-context.xml: same issues, probably too late, and
haven't found anything that works.
> 
> So… how do I get rewrite.jar into Jetty?  (or a default OPTIONS that includes rewrite)
> 
> 
> Details on some things I've tried (may or may not be helpful, this is stuff that didn't
work)
> 
> jetty.xml, 1
> <Configure id="Server" …>
>     <Set name="OPTIONS">default,rewrite,*</Set>
> 
> jetty.xml, 2
> <Configure id="Server" …>
>     <Call name="setAttribute">
>       <Arg>OPTIONS</Arg>
>       <Arg>default,rewrite,*</Arg>
>     </Call>
> 
> webdefault.xml
> <web-app …> ...
>   <servlet>
>      <init-param>
>        <param-name>OPTIONS</param-name>
>        <param-value>default,rewrite,*</param-value>
>      </init-param>
> 
> solr-jetty-context.xml
> <Configure …>
> 	<Set name="OPTIONS">default,rewrite,*</Set>
> 
> 
> --
> Mark Bennett / LucidWorks: Search & Big Data / mark.bennett@lucidworks.com
> Office: 408-898-4201 / Telecommute: 408-733-0387 / Cell: 408-829-6513
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