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Subject [Solr Wiki] Trivial Update of "SolrJBoss" by DarylBeattie
Date Thu, 18 Jun 2009 10:30:05 GMT
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The following page has been changed by DarylBeattie:

The comment on the change is:
Sections were at wrong levels.

  === Configuring Solr Home ===
  You can configure the Solr home directory globally via ''-Dsolr.solr.home'' in the file
''bin/run.bat''. But that is often not desired because you potentially want more than one
Solr installation deployed.
- ==== Solr Home Configuration ====
+ ==== Solr Home via web.xml ====
  You can configure the Solr home directory to use per webapp in Solr's ''web.xml'' file.
Add following snippet to the web.xml:
@@ -34, +34 @@

+ ==== Solr Home via properties-service.xml ====
  You can also configure it (and other Solr variables, such as the Solr-data-dir) in properties-service.xml
like so:
  <mbean code="" name="jboss:type=Service,name=SystemProperties">
@@ -44, +45 @@

- ==== JBoss Logging ====
+ === JBoss Logging ===
  By default JBoss uses Log4J for its logging, while the default Solr installation uses the
[ SLF4J binding] to log via the JDK1.4 logging system.
In order to get Solr to log via Log4J, you must replace the slf4j-jdk*.jar binding with the
slf4j-log4j*.jar binding. From that point on, logging can be configured via the log4j.xml
configuration file.
  For example, this can be used to silence all the INFO messages from Solr:

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