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From Ryan McKinley <>
Subject Re: Post-SOLR215/SOLR350 singleton issue
Date Sat, 10 Nov 2007 19:00:27 GMT
> perhaps.  it depends largely on what the long term goals of multi-core
> support are ... if we're striving for "dynamicly" creating "solr contexts" 
> independently of "servlet contexts" then the current behavior is probably 
> ideal ... we're protecting the plugins of each SolrCore from 
> corrupting eachother.

agreed.  In the current setup, the only classes shared across all 
SolrCore instances are the RequestDispatcher and the MultiCore registry. 
  If you reload a core, all the static initialization stuff should also 
be reloaded.

*perhaps* adding a 'context' to the MultiCore registry would be a good 
way to let cores communicate with one another.


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