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From "Hoggarth, Gil" <Gil.Hogga...@bl.uk>
Subject RE: How to work with remote solr savely?
Date Fri, 22 Nov 2013 14:39:56 GMT
We solved this issue outside of Solr. As you've done, restrict the
server to localhost access to Solr, add firewall rules to allow your
developers on port 80, and proxypass allowed port 80 transfer to Solr.
Remember to include the proxypassreverse too.
(This runs on linux and apache httpd btw.)

-----Original Message-----
From: Stavros Delisavas [mailto:stavros@delisavas.de] 
Sent: 22 November 2013 14:24
To: solr-user@lucene.apache.org
Subject: How to work with remote solr savely?

Hello Solr-Friends,
I have a question about working with solr which is installed on a remote
server.
I have a php-project with a very big mysql-database of about 10gb and I
am also using solr for about 10,000,000 entries indexed for fast search
and access of the mysql-data.
I have a local copy myself so I can continue to work on the php-project
itself, but I want to make it available for more developers too. How can
I make solr accessable ONLY for those exclusive developers? For mysql
it's no problem to add an additional mysql-user with limited access.

But for Solr it seems difficult to me. I have had my administrator
restrict the java-port 8080 to localhost only. That way no one outside
can access solr or the solr-admin interface.
How can I allow access to other developers without making the whole
solr-interface (port 8080) available to the public?

Thanks,

Stavros

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