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From ravi <>
Subject Re: SolrCloud: Programmatically create multiple collections?
Date Thu, 19 Apr 2012 23:11:13 GMT
Hi Mark, 

Thanks for your response. I did manage to one example running with 2 solr
instance running and i checked that shards are created and replicated

The problem that i am now facing is zookeeper's clusterstate. If i kill one
solr instance (which may hold one or more cores) by pressing CTRL+C,
zookeeper never show's that instance as *down* and keeps on sowing that
instance as *active*.

The other instance, becomes the leader for some of the shards that were
present in the first instance though. This suggests that zookeeper gets to
know that one instance went down but for some strange reason its not
updating clusterstate.json thing. 

Has this already been reported? or there is something that i am missing? 


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