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From Otis Gospodnetic <>
Subject Re: Putting the Lucene index into a database
Date Wed, 19 Mar 2003 18:54:34 GMT

--- Avi Drissman <> wrote:
> At 10:25 AM -0800 3/19/03, you wrote:
> >Haven't used it.  Reported speed (by the author) was poor.
> Hm. Is that due to the implementation or possibly to the database?

Not sure.  The author may know.

> >I've done that.  I simply used scp to copy the index from the build
> >machine to a set of maybe dozen servers.
> Well, this data is going to be changing. I'd imagine that every 
> machine in the cluster does its own index maintenance. It's easier to
> send a message such as "add document 5" around to each machine than 
> to shove a ~300mb index around.

If your data will be changing frequently and indices all of them need
to be in sync all the time then yes, probably, esp. if the changes are
frequent but small.


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