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From vybe3142 <vybe3...@gmail.com>
Subject Is there a way for SOLR / SOLRJ to index files directly bypassing HTTP streaming?
Date Fri, 16 Mar 2012 22:55:42 GMT
Hi,
Is there a way for SOLR / SOLRJ to index files directly bypassing HTTP
streaming. 

Use case: 
* Text Files to be indexed are on file server (A) (some potentially large -
several 100 MB)
* SOLRJ client is on server (B)
* SOLR server is on server (C) running with dynamically created SOLR cores

Looking at how ContentStreamUpdateRequest is typically used in SOLRJ, it
looks like the files would be read from A to the client on B (across the
wire) and then sent across the wire via an HTTP request (in the body) to C
to be indexed. 

Is there a more efficient way to accomplish this i.e. pass a path to the
file when making the request from B so that the SOLR server on C can read
directly from file server A ?

Thanks


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