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From "Yonik Seeley" <>
Subject Re: Replacing a nightly build
Date Tue, 07 Nov 2006 18:03:33 GMT
On 11/7/06, Jeff Rodenburg <> wrote:
> What is the recommended path to deployment for replacing a solr nightly
> build with another?  In our scenario, we're updating our current build is
> roughly 3 months old.  We're updating to the latest.
> Aside from replacing the bits and restarting, are there any steps that
> everyone is following in maintaining the code stack under deployment?

That should be fine as there haven't been any incompatible changes to
the index format, or to the request or response formats (at least to
anything that had a few weeks to stabilize).  IMO, one should re-test
the complete application with the new Solr version if the index or
search service is important.

We should try and  make it clear when something does change.  There
are patches in the works that will change the response format:
If you are sensitive to response format changes, one think you can do
is make sure and specify a version number in your query requests.


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