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From Martin van den Bemt <mll...@mvdb.net>
Subject Re: Using lucene as search engine to replace sql queries
Date Thu, 18 Mar 2004 19:32:04 GMT
Thanx for the info.
I just implemented it (that was quite simple!) and it seems to work ok
and the way we want..
(no integration with the actual RDBMS yet, but a coworker will handle
that)..

Mvgr,
Martin

On Thu, 2004-03-18 at 20:19, DMGoodstein@lbl.gov wrote:
> I use lucene to index several (currently 8) large
> (greater than 3 million records each) databases. 
> These databases have a table structure that is
> optimized to support the graphical display of large
> numbers of alignments between biologically-relevant
> sequences.  Unfortunately, that structure is quite
> suboptimal for knowledge-discovery type queries
> (e.g., searching for all the sequences that are
> characterized as being involved in a particular
> biological or molecular function).  So I export the
> data and construct more biologically-informative
> Lucene documents.  Typical indexes are 500-600Mb per
> organism, and I have a ParallellMultiSearcher using
> RemoteSearchables to spread the search load over
> several servers.  Search speed is quite acceptable
> (as long as post search sorting of results isn't
> required).
> 
> So I would say using Lucene to replace some of the
> RDMBS query functionality is quite feasible and
> yields good performance.  
> 
> --David Goodstein
>   Joint Genome Institute



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