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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Solr Wiki] Update of "Core Discovery (4.3 and beyond)" by ErickErickson
Date Fri, 15 Mar 2013 12:53:47 GMT
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The "Core Discovery (4.3 and beyond)" page has been changed by ErickErickson:
http://wiki.apache.org/solr/Core%20Discovery%20%284.3%20and%20beyond%29?action=diff&rev1=2&rev2=3

  ## page was renamed from Core Discovery (4.2 and beyond)
  = Discovery-based core enumeration =
- <!> Solr 4.2
+ <!> Solr 4.3
  
  TODO: Lots to flesh out here, this is just barely a start for the docs, consider it a placeholder
that will be expanded as time permits. Please ask any questions that come up on the user's
list or whatever, and we'll expand this page. Or edit it yourself, all help appreciated!
  
- As of SOLR-4196, there's a new way of defining cores. Essentially, it is no longer necessary
to define cores in solr.xml. In fact, solr.xml is no longer necessary at all and will be obsoleted
in Solr 5.x. As of Solr 4.2 the process is as follows:
+ As of SOLR-4196, there's a new way of defining cores. Essentially, it is no longer necessary
to define cores in solr.xml. In fact, solr.xml is no longer necessary at all and will be obsoleted
in Solr 5.x. As of Solr 4.3 the process is as follows:
   * If a solr.xml file is found in <SOLR_HOME>, then it is expected to be the old-style
solr.xml that defines cores etc.
   * If there is no solr.xml but there ''is'' a solr.properties file, then exploration-based
core enumeration is assumed.
   * If neither a solr.xml nor an solr.properties file is found, a default solr.xml file is
assumed. NOTE: as of 5.0, this will not be true and an error will be thrown if no solr.properties
file is found.

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