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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Solr Wiki] Update of "SolrCloud" by ShawnHeisey
Date Sat, 26 Jan 2013 19:17:35 GMT
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The "SolrCloud" page has been changed by ShawnHeisey:
http://wiki.apache.org/solr/SolrCloud?action=diff&rev1=89&rev2=90

  
  
  === SolrCloud Instance Params ===
- These are set in solr.xml, but by default they are setup in solr.xml to also work with system
properties.  Important note: the port found here will be used (via zookeeper) to inform the
rest of the cluster what port each Solr instance is using.  The default port is 8983.  The
example solr.xml uses the jetty.port system property, so if you want to use a port other than
8983, either you have to set this property when starting Solr, or you have to change solr.xml
to fit your particular installation.
+ These are set in solr.xml, but by default they are setup in solr.xml to also work with system
properties.  Important note: the hostPort value found here will be used (via zookeeper) to
inform the rest of the cluster what port each Solr instance is using.  The default port is
8983.  The example solr.xml uses the jetty.port system property, so if you want to use a port
other than 8983, either you have to set this property when starting Solr, or you have to change
solr.xml to fit your particular installation.  If you do not do this, the cluster will think
all your Solr servers are using port 8983, which may not be what you want.
  ||host ||Defaults to the first local host address found ||If the wrong host address is found
automatically, you can over ride the host address with this param. ||
  ||hostPort ||Defaults to the jetty.port system property ||The port that Solr is running
on - by default this is found by looking at the jetty.port system property. ||
  ||hostContext ||Defaults to solr ||The context path for the Solr webapp.  (Note: in Solr
4.0, it was mandatory that the hostContext not contain "/" or "_" characters.  Begining with
Solr 4.1, this limitation was removed, and it is recomended that you specify the begining
slash.  When running in the example jetty configs, the "hostContext" system property can be
used to control both the servlet context used by jetty, and the hostContext used by SolrCloud
-- eg: {{{-DhostContext=/solr}}}) ||

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