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From "James liu" <>
Subject Re: Command line search tool using Lucene (targeted for Site Search)
Date Mon, 21 May 2007 01:20:16 GMT
it seems not quick.
Results 1 - 15 of 16 for test.(1.586 seconds)

2007/5/20, Saurabh Dani <>:
> Greetings All,
> We would like to introduce our java lucene based command line search tool,
> Minalyzer Lite.
> Minalyzer Lite ships with an indexing executable, which can index data
> from file system, databases,  by crawling web sites or an ARC file (output
> of Heritrix Crawler). The end user does not need any knowledge of lucene or
> java.
> The search executable takes the keywords and index collection name as
> inputs and returns the resultset as an XML which can be parsed and displyed
> by calling programs.
> For those of you who are aware of Solr, it is in no way a competitive
> product for Solr. Our target is primarily to provide "Site Search" for those
> web sites, which are hosted on low cost shared servers and do not have JAVA
> installed (as we are shipping an embedded version of Java and the calling
> program calls the search using exec / backtick / system commands).
> This page explains how site search works -
> We have created some live examples to demonstrate the search features.
> Most of these are running on shared hosting accounts which cost less than 3
> USD a month.
> Php script hosted on Linux server
> Perl script hosted on Linux server
> Aspx .Net running on Windows server
> We have done tests with close beta groups that we feel confident enough to
> announce the public availability, but we are still calling it beta until we
> upgrade to Lucene 2.1 and make the examples that we ship with the product
> more error proof and robust.
> Thanks
> Saurabh


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