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From "Rafael Rossini" <rafael.ross...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: multiple questions about lucene
Date Wed, 13 Jun 2007 19:31:48 GMT
Hi Tanya,

   I think one option is to index each log file with 2 fields, the name of
the log file and a line of your log. This way you can do a query like
this:   +log_file_name:"log1" +line:"word1" -(+line:"word1" +line"word2")


Hope it helps,
    Rossini


On 6/13/07, Tanya Levshina <tanya@volvovski.com> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> 1. I am dealing with the logs files and have to index the whole file (the
> attempt to increase setMaxFielldLength eventually causes out of memory
> error). I am sure that I am not a first person that encounters this
> problem.
> What is the most efficient way to handle this situation?
>
> 2. I am indexing  a file that contains the following text:
>
> Contents:
>
> Word_1..Word_2..\n
>
> Word_1..Word_3..\n
>
> I would like to create a query "search for files that contains Word_1 but
> do
> not contain Word_1 and Word_2 in one line" and to get search to return the
> name of the file. When I tried +Word_1 -Word_2 nothing is returned. I can
> not use slope because I have no idea about number of tokens between these
> two words. Any idea?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Tanya
>
>
>
>

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