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From testn <te...@doramail.com>
Subject Re: speedup indexing
Date Tue, 07 Aug 2007 00:36:54 GMT

1. If you only search on docId field only, database might be a better
solution in this case.
2. To improve indexing speed, you can consider using the trunk code which
includes LUCENE-834. The indexing speed will be faster by almost an order of
magnitude.


SK R wrote:
> 
> Hi,
>     I have indexed 5 fields  and stored 2 of them(field Length is around
> 10000). My index is growing in nature and it is in GB. I need to get
> search
> result based on docID only. Scoring, additional sorting, delete and update
> are never used. None of complicated things required.
>     In my testing , Search is wonderful , but index is somewhat slow.
> Please
> advice me how to improve indexing speed?
> I played with MergeFactor and MaxBufferedDocs. Norms are disabled.
> Is Lucene by default doing some more things more than my requirement?
> I'm also testing with FastAnalyzer which improves indexing speed. I
> appreciate more useful solutions?
> 
> Regards
> RSK
> 
> 

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