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From "Fuad Efendi" <>
Subject RE: EmbeddedSolr class from Wiki
Date Wed, 02 May 2007 04:59:29 GMT
Thank you Hoss, this is exactly what I need! Currently I perform reindexing
once a month, and it takes few days... Very slow... Over 2 millions
documents (not too much; 300Mb in files), database & SOLR on a same box, and
SOLR uses about 60-80% CPU. I will implement real-time updates, via direct
Java calls (as soon as data gets changed). 

About Compass, I noticed some messages. I tried to use it (before SOLR)
because of advertised "transactional" Lucene updates; that is not true, and
performance was really bad.

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Hostetter

postCommit and postOptimize hooks can be subclass of SolrEventListener so
you can trigger arbitrary jva code if you want to write your own (use JMS,
or make an HTTP call, whatever)

the RunExecutableListener that ships with Solr would be the easiest thing
to do ... just have it execute the "commit" command line script on your
slave (which will make it reopen the index you just modified)

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