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From Bill Janssen <jans...@parc.com>
Subject Re: lucene-core-2.2.0.jar broken? CorruptIndexException?
Date Thu, 29 Nov 2007 08:34:30 GMT
> Do you have another PPC machine to reproduce this on?  (To rule out
> bad RAM/hard-drive on the first one).

I'll dig up an old laptop and try it there.

> Another thing to try is turning on the infoStream
> (IndexWriter.setInfoStream(...)) and capture & post the resulting log.
> It will be very large since it takes quite a while for the error to
> occur...

I can do that.

> Lucene is endian independent: all writes to files boil eventually down
> to a writeByte/writeBytes calls in o.a.l.store.IndexOutput such that
> the ordering is controlled by Lucene, not the underlying CPU
> architecture.

I was actually thinking about the implementation of the bitstrings,
rather than data storage proper.

> Are you using term vectors,
> stored fields, payloads on any of these?

Stored fields.  I store a document ID (a 23-character string) for each.

Bill

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