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Subject [Solr Wiki] Trivial Update of "SolrInstall" by christianwolfe
Date Thu, 09 Feb 2012 00:56:06 GMT
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The "SolrInstall" page has been changed by christianwolfe:
http://wiki.apache.org/solr/SolrInstall?action=diff&rev1=28&rev2=29

  <<TableOfContents>>
  
  == Requirements ==
-  * Java5 or greater installed. (Note: starting with Solr 4, Java 1.6 will be required)
+  * Java 1.5 or greater installed. (Note: starting with Solr 4, Java 1.6 will be required)
   * A servlet container such as Tomcat, Jetty, or Resin
   * A [[http://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.cgi/lucene/solr/|Solr distribution]] (Or a [[http://wiki.apache.org/solr/NightlyBuilds|Nightly
build]] if you want the latest)
   * Although Solr strives to be agnostic of the Locale where the server is running, some
code paths may inadvertently be depending on the System default Locale, or Charset. (In particular,
there are [[https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SOLR-2271|known bugs in Sun's JVM dealing
with XSLTs in non English locales]])  It is recommended that when running Solr you set the
following system properties: {{{-Duser.language=en -Duser.country=US}}}
@@ -15, +15 @@

  
  == Setup ==
   * Stop your servlet container
-  * From the solr distribution, copy the solr war to the webapps directory of your servlet
container '''as solr.war'''
+  * From the Solr distribution, copy the Solr war to the webapps directory of your servlet
container '''as solr.war'''
-  * From the solr distribution, copy the example solr home '''example/solr''' as a template
for your solr home.
+  * From the Solr distribution, copy the example Solr home '''example/solr''' as a template
for your Solr home.
-  * Start the servlet container, passing the location of your solr home.  This may be done
in a number of ways:
+  * Start the servlet container, passing the location of your Solr home.  This may be done
in a number of ways:
-   * Set the java system property solr.solr.home to your solr home. (ie: using the example
jetty setup: {{{java -Dsolr.solr.home=/some/dir -jar start.jar}}}
+   * Set the java system property solr.solr.home to your Solr home. (ie: using the example
jetty setup: {{{java -Dsolr.solr.home=/some/dir -jar start.jar}}}
-   * Configure the servlet container such that a JNDI lookup of "java:comp/env/solr/home"
by the solr webapp will point to the solr home.
+   * Configure the servlet container such that a JNDI lookup of "java:comp/env/solr/home"
by the Solr webapp will point to the Solr home.
-   * The default solr home is "solr" under the JVM's current working directory ($CWD/solr),
so start the servlet container in the directory containing ./solr
+   * The default Solr home is "solr" under the JVM's current working directory ($CWD/solr),
so start the servlet container in the directory containing ./solr
-  * Go to the solr admin page to verify that the installation is working.  It will be at
http://localhost:8080/solr/admin
+  * Go to the Solr admin page to verify that the installation is working.  It will be at
http://localhost:8080/solr/admin
    * The servlet container may have started on a port other than 8080... check the servlet
containers documentation if you don't know what this is.
    * If there is already a servlet container running at that port, yours may fail to start.
 Shut down the other one or change the port that yours is running at.
  
@@ -32, +32 @@

  
   * [[SolrGlassfish|Glassfish]]
   * [[SolrJBoss|JBoss]]
-  * [[SolrJetty|Jetty]] (default, included into solr package)
+  * [[SolrJetty|Jetty]] (default, included into Solr package)
   * [[SolrResin|Resin]]
   * [[SolrTomcat|Tomcat]]
   * [[SolrWeblogic|Weblogic]]
@@ -43, +43 @@

   * [[SolrOnAmazonEC2]]
  
  === Live CD/ Software Appliances for Solr ===
- Here is a ready to deploy software appliance for solr available in Live CD, HDD/USB Stick
Image, Virtual Image for Vistualbox/Vmware/Xen/Amazon EC2 formats. Saves you time to install
and configure solr and lets you get started within minutes.
+ Here is a ready to deploy software appliance for Solr available in Live CD, HDD/USB Stick
Image, Virtual Image for Vistualbox/Vmware/Xen/Amazon EC2 formats. Saves you time to install
and configure Solr and lets you get started within minutes.
  
   * [[http://www.initcron.org/blaze|Blaze - Appliance for Solr]]
  

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