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From P Williams <williams.tricia.l...@gmail.com>
Subject Changing Cache Properties after Indexing
Date Mon, 13 Jan 2014 19:40:39 GMT
Hi,

I've gone through steps for tuning my cache sizes and I'm very happy with
the results of load testing.  Unfortunately the cache settings for querying
are not optimal for indexing - and in fact slow it down quite a bit.

I've made the caches small by default for the indexing stage and then want
to override the values using properties when used for querying.  That's
easy enough to do and described in
SolrConfigXml<http://wiki.apache.org/solr/SolrConfigXml>
.

I store these properties in a solrcore-querying.properties file.  When
indexing is complete I could unload the Solr core, move (mv) this file to
conf/solrcore.properties and then load the Solr core and it would pick up
the new properties.  The only problem with that is in production I won't
have access to the machine to make changes to the file system.  I need to
be able to do this using the Core Admin API.

I can see that I can specify individual properties with the CREATE command,
for instance property.solr.filterCache.size=2003232.  Great!  So this is
possible but I still have two questions:

   1. Is there a way to specify a conf/solrcore-querying.properties file to
   the admin/cores handler instead of each property individually?
   2. The same functionality doesn't seem to be available when I call the
   RELOAD command.  Is this expected behaviour?  Should it be?

Is there a better way?

Thanks,
Tricia

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