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From Norberto Meijome <numard...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Is there any other way to load the index beside using "http" connection?
Date Sun, 05 Jul 2009 10:57:13 GMT
On Thu, 2 Jul 2009 11:02:28 -0700
Francis Yakin <fyakin@liquid.com> wrote:

> Norberto, Thanks for your input.
> 
> What do you mean with "Have you tried connecting to  SOLR over HTTP from
> localhost, therefore avoiding any firewall issues and network latency ? it
> should work a LOT faster than from a remote site." ?
>
> 
> Here are how our servers lay out:
> 
> 1) Database ( Oracle ) is running on separate machine
> 2) Solr master is running on separate machine by itself
> 3) 6 solr slaves ( these 6 pulll the index from master using rsync)
> 
> We have a SQL(Oracle) script to post the data/index from Oracle Database
> machine to Solr Master over http. We wrote those script(Someone in Oracle
> Database administrator write it).

You said in your other email you are having issues with slow transfers between
1) and 2). Your subject relates to the data transfer between 1) and 2, - 2) and
3) is irrelevant to this part.

My question (what you quoted above) relates to the point you made about it
being slow ( WHY is it slow?), and issues with opening so many connections
through firewall. so, I'll rephrase my question (see below...)

[....]
> 
> We can not do localhost since it's solr is not running on Oracle machine.

why not generate your SQL output directly into your oracle server as a file,
upload the file to your SOLR server? Then the data file is local to your SOLR
server , you will bypass any WAN and firewall you may be having. (or some
variation of it, sql -> SOLR server as file, etc..)

Any speed issues that are rooted in the fact that you are posting via
HTTP (vs embedded solr or DIH) aren't going to go away. But it's the simpler
approach without changing too much of your current setup.

 
> Another alternative that we think of is to transform XML into CSV and
> import/export it.
> 
> How about if LUSQL, some mentioned about this? Is this apps free(open source)
> application? Do you have any experience with this apps?

Not i, sorry.

Have you looked into DIH? It's designed for this kind of work.

B
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