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From Ryan McKinley <ryan...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: restoring a corrupt index?
Date Sat, 10 Nov 2007 22:08:32 GMT
> 
>>> Or maybe the index is not corrupt but then we are hitting the descriptor limit
>>> on opening a searcher and it's being reported as "no such file or directory"?
>> Hmmm, yes that's possible too...
>> Should be easy to tell by checking if the file _cf9.fnm already exists.
> 
> Oh yeah.  Ryan, does that file exist?
> 

no luck.
ryan@posh:~$ ls -l /array/home/nestor/data2/flat/index/_cf9.fnm
ls: /array/home/nestor/data2/flat/index/_cf9.fnm: No such file or directory


I'm backing up the broken index now and will try:

1. run optimize and hope for the best
2. LUCENE-1020

and then hope for the best.

The index takes ~week to build so even having something with a block of 
stuff missing is better then zero (or gulp, our last backup)

thanks
ryan




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