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From Danil Ε’ORIN <>
Subject Re: Lucene index architecture question
Date Wed, 25 Mar 2009 16:30:11 GMT
You can use solr (
Index on one machine and distribute the index to many.

On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 18:18, kgeeva <> wrote:
> I have an application clustered on two servers. Is the best practice to have
> two lucene indexes - one on each server for the app or is it best to have
> one index (on one physical path) which can be shared by both servers?
> Both the indexes need to be in sync 24/7.
> I would need to do updates and searches on the indexes. If I have two
> indexes and an update is made on one server should I call a method to update
> the second server index also to keep it in sync?
> I have read of the classes MultiSearcher and ParalleMultiSearcher to use for
> searching multiple indexes.
> Are there similar classes to update multiple indexes?
> Are there any issues with having a shared path for the index and multiple
> servers updating the same index?
> Thank you,
> Koshy
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