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From Spadez <james_will...@hotmail.com>
Subject Importing index - Real Time or Queued?
Date Thu, 19 Jul 2012 10:54:13 GMT
Hi,

Lets say I am running an auction site. There are 20,000 entries. 100 entries
come from an on-site SQL database, the rest come from a generated txt file
from scrapped content.

I want to import any new SQL results onto the server as quickly as possible
so they are searchable but I dont want to overload the server. These are my
new options:

1. Devise a script to run when a new SQL item is posted, to immediatly
import only the new SQL record to Solr
2. Run a CRON script on the hour to import the whole SQL database
3. Run a CRON script on the hour to import everything, including the SQL
entries and the large txt file with all the scrapped results.

I would really like to hear your feedback, because I cant get my head around
which one is the most efficient or pratical solution.

James

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