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From rubdabadub <rubdaba...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: production solr - app server choice ?
Date Fri, 09 Mar 2007 11:46:14 GMT
Thanks Erik!

On 3/9/07, Erik Hatcher <erik@ehatchersolutions.com> wrote:
> We use jetty on a few applications with no problem.  I recommend it
> unless and until you outgrow it (but I doubt you will).   Resin, in
> my past experience with it, is fantastic.  But no need to even go
> there until you outgrow Jetty I don't think.  lucenebook.com, for
> example, is entirely driven by Jetty.

Is it the collex/nine where you have more then 4 mill docs you are
using jetty? I
have a lot of docs i.e. 20 mil and it has bunch of fields i.e 25 per
doc this is why i worry..
but i dont think my qps will  as high as I hoped so jetty should be just fine.

Thanks again for your help.

> On Mar 9, 2007, at 5:10 AM, rubdabadub wrote:
>
> > Hi:
> >
> > I am wondering what everyone is using when it comes to app server i.e.
> > Jetty, Resin, Tomcat etc. I have seen the wiki pages .. seems like in
> > Resin you can setup multiple solr-app (Ryan are you doing this? Sorry
> > I don't know enough to know what is the benefit of such setup).
> >
> > What about SUN's glassfish? anyone tried that with Solr? it feels and
> > looks very glossy :-)
> >
> > Any specific thing I should look for when testing various app servers.
> > The site is a local portal and the traffic is very high and I am not
> > sure if Jetty is enough maybe it is..
> >
> > Kind Regards
>
>

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