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From Ian Lea <>
Subject Re: best way to ensure IndexWriter won't corrupt the index?
Date Wed, 25 Nov 2009 15:31:50 GMT
> What are the typical scenarios when the index will go corrupt?

Dodgy disks.

> E.g. can a simple JVM crash during indexing will cause it?

No.  See the javadocs for IndexWriter.

> What are the best way to minimalize the possibility of corrupt index?

Don't use dodgy disks.

> Copy the directory before indexing / then flipping the pointers?

Yes, that's good.  Or just make sure you've got a backup, or can
easily recreate your index from scratch.


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