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From "James liu" <liuping.ja...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Question: how to config memory with SolrPerformanceFactor
Date Mon, 02 Apr 2007 01:13:34 GMT
Thk u Chris.

i just wanna know how to manage master and slaver hardware, for example ram
and disc 's  size.



2007/3/31, Chris Hostetter <hossman_lucene@fucit.org>:
>
>
> : if we mv index.tmp$$ index,,,is it truly deleted?
>
> it's not treuly deleted until no running processes have the file handles
> open anymore.
>
> : if we notify solr open new searcher, solr just redirect to new index,,
>
> that will cause Solr to close the existing filehandles and open new ones,
> so then the files will be deleted.
>
> : Do old index cost memory size and hard disc space?
>
> if they are open, then yes they cost memory -- they cost disk until truely
> deleted.
>
> : if it is not cached in memory,, does it means we no warry about
> OutOfMemory
> : when index file increase.
>
> i dont' understand your question.
>
> : if it cached in memory, how to limit it? use autowarmCount?
>
> autowarmCount is a solr cache option .. solr caches are for very specific
> things -- they have no control over how much memory LUcene uses for the
> bulk of your index.
>
> changing an autowarnCount actually has very little to do with the amount
> of total memory Solr uses -- the *size* of each of your caches is a much
> more significant factor in how much ram is used by the process.
>
>
>
> -Hoss
>
>


-- 
regards
jl

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