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From Michael McCandless <>
Subject Re: Change boost of documents / single fields / external scoring ?
Date Fri, 24 Apr 2009 07:05:41 GMT
Could function queries be used here?  EG you could implement a
ValueSource that pulls in the external scores?


On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 4:01 PM, Marcus Herou
<> wrote:
> Hi.
> Confusing subject eh ? Trying to become a little clearer in a few sentences.
> We have a Solr/Lucene index where each document is a Blog Entry. We have
> just implemented the PageRank algorithm for Blogs and are about to add a
> column to the index called score and perhaps adjust the document boost.
> We have as well decided that it is the blog itself and not the individual
> pages that are to be ranked so all entries belonging to one blog will
> receive the same score.
> I have not found a way to apply a document score without actually
> re-indexing all fields in the affected entries (could very well be 100% at
> every PageRank recalculation) and this will of course take hell of a long
> time to reindex which effectively will render the process useless since it
> would take a week or of reindexing as of current and will take more and more
> time. (100M blog entries as of current and rapidly increasing).
> Guess we have run into the issue where we have some "static" data which we
> do not want to touch at all but we want to update certain "dynamic" fields.
> Lucene is not a database I know but is there a way to implement external
> search-time scoring or update individual fields ? Would there be a
> possibilty to do some kind of join (parallell searches separate index types)
> ? or send the result to a separate sorting algorithm ? Hmmm.... Perhaps a
> subclass of Sort ? Grasping at straws here folks...
> Hope anyone of the core experts can help us.
> Cheers
> //Marcus Herou
> --
> Marcus Herou CTO and co-founder Tailsweep AB
> +46702561312

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