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From "Chris Lu" <chris...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: lucene index in a cluster.
Date Wed, 17 Oct 2007 22:54:57 GMT
To my experience from a project, using software DBSight, Lucene runs well on
a SAN environment.
No experience of a NFS, but I know many indexing errors caused by NFS. Maybe
the new index delete policy helps in latest version of Lucene.

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On 10/17/07, Alexander Wallace <aw@rwmotloc.com> wrote:
>
> Hi All!
>
> We use lucene 2.0.0 as the search index of our portal (liferay based)
> and are trying to use it correctly in a cluster...
>
> I'm very foggy on wether i should share the index file using NFS (the
> servers run linux) or wether we should try the jdbc store...
>
> We currently have the index in an NFS mounted volume, however i'm
> pretty sure that the servers are not sharing locks, and don't know
> that the other node exists... Both servers read and write to the
> index freely currently.
>
> Can you give me advise as to what's best in this setup (share nfs vs
> jdbc) and how to make the nodes in the cluster know about each other
> so that they don't step on each others feet?
>
> Pointers to documentation are very welcome too!
>
> Thanks a lot in advance for your response!
>
>
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