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From "McBride, John" <>
Subject SOLR 1.2 Multicore configuration
Date Wed, 13 Aug 2008 15:30:16 GMT

I am deploying an application across 3 geographies - and as a result
will be running multiple solr instances on one host.

I don't want to set up separate wars running on different ports as this
will cause an increased number of firewall requests and require more
management to track the set of ports we are using.

Is it possible to configure the server, such that it reads the country
in the url


Or possibly have different domain names.

And uses solr home as uk/solrhome etc and passes on the request to
solr/admin handler using that for solrhome?

What is the approach here?  I am a Tomcat config newbie.

As an adjunct.

In order to simplify things, I am thinking of maintaining just one index
for all countries and place a country filter on the queries.  The
implication would be throwing away stemming and having all stopwords in
one file, which may not be desirable, but seems logistically simpler -
any comments?


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