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Subject [Solr Wiki] Update of "MultipleIndexes" by HossMan
Date Sat, 22 Mar 2008 01:28:28 GMT
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The following page has been changed by HossMan:

The comment on the change is:
a little more structure and better links about multiwebapp

  = Running Multiple Indexes =
- There are three was to run multiple indexes within solr:
+ There are various strategies to take when you want to manage multiple "indexes" in a Single
Servlet Container
+ [[TableOfContents]]
- '''1.''' Run each index as an independent webapp.  For configuration, search for 'Multiple'
-  [ Tomcat]
-  [ Jetty]
-  [ Resin]
+ == Multiple Solr Webapps ==
- '''2.''' Using solr's MultiCore support.
+ You can put each index as an independent instance of the Solr webapp, configuring them to
have seperate Solr Home directories using JNDI.  The following documents have configurating
tips and examples for various Servlet Containers...
- '''3.''' Flattening multiple indexes into a single index.
+  * [:SolrTomcat#MultiWebappJndi:Tomcat]
+  * [:SolrJetty#MultiWebappJndi:Jetty]
+  * [:SolrResin#MultiWebappJndi:Resin]
+ == MultiCore ==
+ <!> ["Solr1.3"] added support for multiple "Solr Cores" in a single deployment of
Solr -- each Solr Core has it's own index.  For more information please see MultiCore.
+ == Flattening Data Into a Single Index ==
  In many cases where it feels like multiple indexes are needed, the same effects can be accomplished
in a single index with an additional field to select what type you are searching for.  Consider
the case where you want to index books and movies.  

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