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From Aaron Aberg <>
Subject Re: Cannot get solr 1.3.0 to run properly with plesk 9.2.1 on CentOS
Date Mon, 17 Aug 2009 17:05:41 GMT
Sorry Fuad, that isn't very helpful. I also mentioned that this was a
dedicated server so none of those things are an issue. I am using SSH
right now to setup solr home etc. though.


On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 10:00 AM, Fuad Efendi<> wrote:
> Not sure SOLR can work in such environment without asking Hosting Support
> for making a lot of secific changes... such as giving specific permissions
> to specific folders, setting ulimit -n, dealing with exact versions and
> vendors of Java, memory parameters, and even libraries which may overwrite
> SOLR-dependencies (many such companies have everything in their main
> classpath already, including even ANT and Lucene)
> SSH is better option...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Aaron Aberg []
> Sent: August-14-09 9:23 PM
> To:
> Subject: Cannot get solr 1.3.0 to run properly with plesk 9.2.1 on CentOS
> My client is using a dedicated server with plesk for the control
> panel. The hosting provider says that anything done using the control
> panel is supported by their tech support, so if i try anything using
> SSH, it voids that warranty. Its easy to install a servlet through
> plesk anyway, I upload the war file using the the java servlet
> installer. A sample servlet has been installed so I know this part
> works.
> However, when I install solr, i get what looks like a warning icon and
> if I hover over it the tool tip text says this:
> "Actual status of the application does not correspond to the status
> retrieved from the database."
> The host providers support team says that there is something wrong
> with the war file (big help). Since I kind of stuck using tomcat 5.5,
> is there an older version of solr that I should be using? How can I
> fix this so that I can use solr?
> The only thing that I can find regarding this issue is this link:
> And the replier to the problem mentioned removing solr.xml. I thought
> that if i tried that and re-wared the app that might fix it but not
> such file exists in the war file I have.
> Does anyone have any ideas?
> --Aaron

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