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Subject [Solr Wiki] Update of "SolrPerformanceData" by ChrisHarris
Date Wed, 03 Oct 2007 16:01:08 GMT
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Adding Netflix figures from Walter Underwood's mailing list posts

  Mailing list post [ "Two
Solr Announcements: CNET Product Search and DisMax"] describes a little more about Solr and
+ == Netflix ==
+ Walter Underwood reports that [ Netflix]'s site search switched to
being powered by Solr the week of 9/17/07:
+  Here at Netflix, we switched over our site search to Solr two weeks ago. We've seen zero
problems with the server. We average 1.2 million queries/day on a 250K item index. We're running
four Solr servers with simple round-robin HTTP load-sharing.
+  This is all on 1.1. I've been too busy tuning to upgrade.
+ (See
+ Walter also reported some figures from their testing phase:
+  We are searching a much smaller collection, about 250K docs, with great success. We see
80 queries/sec on each of four servers, and response times under 100ms. Each query searches
against seven fields.
+ At least for these test figures, they were not using fuzzy search, facets, or highlighting.
+ (See
  == ==
  Taken from the [
email archive] ([ alternate
copy on nabble])...

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