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From Sujatha Arun <suja.a...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Muticore Sharding
Date Fri, 17 Aug 2012 10:35:36 GMT
Hi Erick,

The number of documents is : 4389048

I have given 2 queries below with timing and the number of hits

INFO: [ipc_widget_search] webapp=/multicore_5 path=/select/
params={version=2.1&fl=*+score&stylesheet=&qt=standard&fq=&rows=100&start=0&q=content:if+content:elena+content:reads+content:at+content:a+content:rate+content:of+content:r+content:pages+content:per+content:minute+content:for+content:a+content:total+content:of+content:m+content:minutes}
hits=3331109 status=0 QTime=22677

INFO: [ipc_widget_search] webapp=/multicore_5 path=/select/
params={version=2.1&fl=*+score&stylesheet=&qt=standard&fq=&rows=100&start=0&q=content:chapter+content:1}
hits=1919445 status=0 QTime=6677


Any time I execute the time taken to execute the first query is  > than
22secs ,now it took 33 secs to execute.

Regards
Sujatha


On Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 3:30 PM, Erik Hatcher <erik.hatcher@gmail.com>wrote:

> How many documents do  you have?   What are the queries?  I'd guess your
> query complexity (or load) is to blame here, not index size.  What version
> of Solr?
>
> Until you know what is causing the slow queries, sharding is not something
> to consider I'd say.  But yes, you would want to reindex to distribute the
> documents.
>
>         Erik
>
>
> On Aug 17, 2012, at 02:21 , Sujatha Arun wrote:
>
> > Hello,
> >
> > One of the Index in a multicore set up has a 3GB+ index ,and it seems to
> > take around 5000ms+ to return simple boolean queries . The Index is
> > not optimized
> > Would it make sense to shard the index as cores in the same server to
> > expect better response time?
> >
> > do I have to re index all over again to distribute the documents between
> 2
> > shards ?
> >
> > Regards
> > Sujatha
>
>

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