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From "Alexander Ramos Jardim" <alexander.ramos.jar...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: ERROR:unknown field, but what document was it?
Date Tue, 13 May 2008 13:53:32 GMT
Well,

Keep-Alive is a standard at HTTP/1.1, it is not a Java standard.

2008/5/8 Chris Hostetter <hossman_lucene@fucit.org>:

>
> : My tests showed that it was a big difference. It took about 1.2 seconds
> to
> : index 500 separate adds in separate xml files (with a single commit
> : afterwards), compared to about 200 milliseconds when sending a single
> xml with
> : 500 adds. And according to the documentation java automatically uses
> : keep-alive (I found no way to force it myself).
>
> I'm not sure what you mean by "java automatically uses keep-alive" ... you
> mean you wrote your client code using java?  but how do you initiate your
> connections to Solr?
>
> Nothing I know of in the way Solr handles updates should make adding
> multiple docs in one request faster then adding one doc per request -- any
> added overhead should be in the servlet container (and keep-alive should
> minimize that) ... if you have a simple reproducable test that
> demonstrates otherwise, i would consider that a "performance" bug.
>
> : > i thought we added something like this ... but i guess not.
> : >
> : > feel free to file a feature request in Jira.
> :
> : ah, but I guess it is only awailable in a nightly build? Do you know a
> jira
> : issue number I can look at? I didn't find anything related to this.
>
> no, i mean: i thought we added it, but when i tried on the trunk i see the
> same thing you see ... please file a feature request.
>
>
>
> -Hoss
>
>


-- 
Alexander Ramos Jardim

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