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From Erik Hatcher <>
Subject Re: solr ruby code update
Date Wed, 17 Dec 2008 05:25:39 GMT
one concept i think we can remove from next gen solr-ruby's....  
autocommit.  the solr side can handle that configuration, and it's  
often not really even a good idea to commit until your job is done, as  
we now have rollback features and solr really should be able to handle  
lots of uncommitted docs.

thoughts?   maybe i'm wrong and having a client api sending commits  
periodically in a big batch is warranted.


On Dec 16, 2008, at 11:52 PM, Matt Mitchell wrote:

> I've been re-writing/factoring the solr ruby gem -- and the source  
> code can
> be found here:
> The current version is 0.5.1 and can be installed by running:
> gem sources -a
> sudo gem install mwmitchell-solr
> More docs coming, but for the nitty gritty, have a look at some of  
> the tests
> if needed.
> If you use solr-ruby at all, please have a look. I would love to  
> hear from
> some of the ruby folks out there!
> Cheers,
> Matt

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