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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Solr Wiki] Update of "MultipleIndexes" by HossMan
Date Fri, 13 Apr 2012 22:49:25 GMT
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The "MultipleIndexes" page has been changed by HossMan:
http://wiki.apache.org/solr/MultipleIndexes?action=diff&rev1=11&rev2=12

Comment:
move the suggestions that are less solr specific to the bottom

  = Running Multiple Indexes =
  
- There are various strategies to take when you want to manage multiple "indexes" in a Single
Servlet Container
+ There are various strategies to take when you want to manage multiple "indexes" of differnet
types of documents in a Single Servlet Container
  
  <<TableOfContents>>
- 
- == Multiple Solr Ports ==
- 
- You can have separate instances of Solr, running in separate ports in isolation.  This can
be advantageous if you want to manage resources for each Solr instance completely independently.
- 
- == Multiple Solr Webapps ==
- 
- You can put each index as an independent instance of the Solr webapp, configuring them to
have separate Solr Home directories using JNDI.  This can be useful if you want the indexes
to "pool" resources in one Servlet Container (ie: ram) but be otherwise isolated.
- 
- The following documents have configuration tips and examples for various Servlet Containers...
- 
-  * [[SolrTomcat#MultiWebappJndi|Tomcat]]
-  * [[SolrJetty#MultiWebappJndi|Jetty]]
-  * [[SolrResin#MultiWebappJndi|Resin]]
  
  == MultiCore ==
  
@@ -60, +46 @@

  
  This type of approach can be particularly well suited to situations where you need to "blend"
results from conceptually distinct sets of documents.
  
+ 
+ == Multiple Solr Ports ==
+ 
+ You can have separate instances of Solr, running in separate ports in isolation.  This can
be advantageous if you want to manage resources for each Solr instance completely independently.
+ 
+ == Multiple Solr Webapps ==
+ 
+ You can put each index as an independent instance of the Solr webapp, configuring them to
have separate Solr Home directories using JNDI.  This can be useful if you want the indexes
to "pool" resources in one Servlet Container (ie: ram) but be otherwise isolated.
+ 
+ The following documents have configuration tips and examples for various Servlet Containers...
+ 
+  * [[SolrTomcat#MultiWebappJndi|Tomcat]]
+  * [[SolrJetty#MultiWebappJndi|Jetty]]
+  * [[SolrResin#MultiWebappJndi|Resin]]
+ 

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