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From Jamie <>
Subject Re: deleteDocument with NRT
Date Fri, 11 Jul 2014 08:13:38 GMT
Thanks for the advice. I forgot to mention, I am already calling 
searcher.maybeRefresh() immediately after deleting the documents. 
Furthermore, searcherManager is being instantiated with applyAllDeletes 
set to true. We are using the searchAfter function. Under these 
circumstances, the deleted items are still present. Any further ideas?

On 2014/07/11, 12:30 AM, Tri Cao wrote:
> You need to reopen your searcher after deleting. From Java doc for 
> SearcherManager:
> In addition you should periodically call maybeRefresh 
> <eclipse-javadoc:%E2%98%82=lucene-solr/lucene%5C/core%5C/src%5C/>.

> While it's possible to call this just before running each query, this 
> is discouraged since it penalizes the unlucky queries that do the 
> reopen. It's better to use a separate background thread, that 
> periodically calls maybeReopen. Finally, be sure to call close 
> <eclipse-javadoc:%E2%98%82=lucene-solr/lucene%5C/core%5C/src%5C/>

> once you are done.
> On Jul 10, 2014, at 01:56 PM, Jamie <> wrote:
>> Hi
>> I am using NRT search with the SearcherManager class. When the user
>> elects to delete some documents, writer.deleteDocuments(terms) is called.
>> The problem is that deletes are not immediately visible. What does it
>> take to make them so? Even after calling commit(), the deleted
>> documents are still returned.
>> What is the recommended way to obtain a near realtime search result that
>> immediately reflect all deleted documents?
>> Much appreciate
>> Jamie

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