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From Chris Hostetter <>
Subject Re: weird exception on update
Date Wed, 05 Feb 2014 00:58:25 GMT

: > We found out that:
: >
: > 1. this happens iff on two cores inside the same container there is a
: > query parser defined via defType.
: > 2. After removing index files on one of the cores, the delete by query
: > works just fine. Right after restarting the container, the same query fails.
: The solution (or workaround?) is to drop the defType from one of the cores
: and use {!qparser} local param on every query, including the delete by
: query. It would be really great, if this could be handled on the solr
: config side only without involving the client changes.

Dimitry: I'm having a really hard time wrapping my head arround what 
exactly you are describing.

can you please either:
 1) open a jira issue containing a patch with a test that demonstrates the 
 2) describe in detail the minimum steps someone (like me) would need to 
take in order to reproduce your problem -- either including a full set of 
configs & data, or some instructions on how to modify the sample configs / 

(ie: if the bug only reproduces with multiple cores, then maybe some 
instructions on what changes to make to the configs 
in solr/example/multicore, and then what data to load, and what deletes to 
run, etc..)


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