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From Mihails Agafonovs <_m...@inbox.lv>
Subject Re: DataImport
Date Wed, 11 Jun 2008 13:10:35 GMT
"Exception in Lucene Index Updater".

Anyway, for some reasons I'm able to start Solr only using its own
Jetty. Everything else works fine on my Tomcat, except Solr.
 Quoting Shalin Shekhar Mangar : Ok, let's start again from scratch
with a clean Tomcat installation.
 1. Download example-solr-home.jar from the wiki and extract it to a
local
 folder for example to /home//
 2. You will now see a folder called example-solr-home where you
extracted
 the jar file in the above step
 3. Copy /home//example-solr-home/solr.war to
 /tomcat5.5/webapps/solr.war
 4. export
 JAVA_OPTS="-Dsolr.solr.home=/home//example-solr-home/solr"
 5. start tomcat from the same shell after exporting the above
variable
 Verify that tomcat starts without showing any exceptions in the
logs. Now
 you will be able to run the examples given in the DataImportHandler
wiki.
 2008/6/11 Mihails Agafonovs :
 > I'm stuck...
 >
 > I now have /tomcat5.5/webapps/solr (exploded solr.war),
 > /tomcat5.5/webapps/solr/solr-example/.
 > I've ran
 >
 > export
 >
 >
JAVA_OPTS="$JAVA_OPTS-Dsolr.solr.home=/usr/share/tomcat5.5/webapps/solr/example/solr/
 > to make /example/solr/ as a home directory.
 >
 > What am I doing wrong?
 >
 >  Quoting Shalin Shekhar Mangar : Hi Mihails,
 >  The solr home is a directory which contains the conf/ and data/
 > folders. The
 >  conf folder contains solrconfig.xml, schema.xml and other such
 > configuration
 >  files. The data/ folder contains the index files.
 >  Other than adding the war file to tomcat, you also need to
designate
 > a
 >  certain folder as solr home, so that solr knows from where to
load
 > it's
 >  configuration. By default, solr searches for a folder named
"solr"
 > under the
 >  current working directory (pwd) to use as home. There are other
ways
 > of
 >  configuring it as given in solr wiki. Hope that helpes.
 >  2008/6/11 Mihails Agafonovs :
 >  > I've already done that, but cannot access solr via web, and
apache
 > log
 >  > says something wrong with solr home directory.
 >  > -----
 >  > Couldn't start SOLR. Check solr/home property.
 >  > -----
 >  >  Quoting "Chakraborty, Kishore K." : Mihails,
 >  >  Put the solr.war into the webapps directory and restart
tomcat,
 > then
 >  > follow up the console and you'll see messages saying solr.war
is
 >  > getting deployed.
 >  >  Use a recent nightly build as that has the dataimport related
 > patch
 >  > included.
 >  >  Regards
 >  >  Kishore.
 >  >  -----Original Message-----
 >  >  From: Mihails Agafonovs [mailto:_muxa@inbox.lv]
 >  >  Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2008 1:13 PM
 >  >  To: solr-user@lucene.apache.org
 >  >  Subject: Re: DataImport
 >  >  If I've copied the solr.war under tomcat/webapps directory,
after
 >  >  restarting it the archive extracts itself and I get solr
 > directory.
 >  >  Why do I need to set example-solr-home/solr, which is not in
the
 >  >  /webapps directory, as home directory?
 >  >  Quoting Shalin Shekhar Mangar : No, the steps are as follows:
 >  >  1. Download the example-solr-home.jar from the
DataImportHandler
 >  >  wiki page
 >  >  2. Extract it. You'll find a folder named "example-solr-home"
and
 > a
 >  >  solr.war
 >  >  file after extraction
 >  >  3. Copy the solr.war to tomcat_home/webapps. You don't need
any
 >  >  other solr
 >  >  instance. This war is self-sufficient.
 >  >  4. You need to set the example-solr-home/solr folder as the
solr
 >  >  home
 >  >  folder. For instructions on how to do that, look at
 >  >  http://wiki.apache.org/solr/SolrTomcat
 >  >  From the port number of the URL you are trying, it seems that
 > you're
 >  >  using
 >  >  the Jetty supplied with Solr instead of Tomcat.
 >  >  2008/6/9 Mihails Agafonovs :
 >  >  > I've placed the solr.war under the tomcat directory,
restarted
 >  >  tomcat
 >  >  > to deploy the solr.war. But still... there is no .jar, no
 > folder
 >  >  named
 >  >  > "example-data-config", and hitting
 >  >  > http://localhost:8983/solr/dataimport doesn't work.
 >  >  > Do I need the original Solr instance to use this .war with?
 >  >  >  Quoting Shalin Shekhar Mangar : 1. Correct, there is no
jar.
 > You
 >  >  can
 >  >  > use the solr.war file. If you really
 >  >  >  need a jar, you'll need to use the SOLR-469.patch at
 >  >  >  http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SOLR-469 and build
solr
 > from
 >  >  > source
 >  >  >  after applying that patch.
 >  >  >  2. The jar contains a folder named "example-solr-home".
Please
 >  >  check
 >  >  > again.
 >  >  >  Please let me know if you run into any problems.
 >  >  >  2008/6/9 Mihails Agafonovs :
 >  >  >  > Looked through the tutorial on data import, section "Full
 >  >  Import
 >  >  >  > Example".
 >  >  >  > 1) Where is this dataimport.jar? There is no such file in
 > the
 >  >  >  > extracted example-solr-home.jar.
 >  >  >  > 2) "Use the solr folder inside example-data-config folder
as
 >  >  your
 >  >  >  > solr home." What does this mean? Anyway, there is no
folder
 >  >  >  > example-data-config.
 >  >  >  >  Ar cieņu, Mihails
 >  >  >  --
 >  >  >  Regards,
 >  >  >  Shalin Shekhar Mangar.
 >  >  >  Ar cieņu, Mihails
 >  >  >
 >  >  > Links:
 >  >  > ------
 >  >  > [1] mailto:shalinmangar@gmail.com
 >  >  >
 >  >  --
 >  >  Regards,
 >  >  Shalin Shekhar Mangar.
 >  >  Ar cieņu, Mihails
 >  >  Links:
 >  >  ------
 >  >  [1] mailto:shalinmangar@gmail.com
 >  >  Ar cieņu, Mihails
 >  >
 >  > Links:
 >  > ------
 >  > [1] mailto:Kishore.K.Chakraborty@supervalu.com
 >  >
 >  --
 >  Regards,
 >  Shalin Shekhar Mangar.
 >  Ar cieņu, Mihails
 >
 > Links:
 > ------
 > [1] mailto:shalinmangar@gmail.com
 >
 -- 
 Regards,
 Shalin Shekhar Mangar.
 Ar cieņu, Mihails

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