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From Alessandro Benedetti <>
Subject Re: Error when submitting PDF to Solr w/text fields using SolrJ
Date Fri, 19 Jun 2015 15:32:45 GMT
So, the first I can say is if that is true : "it almost killed Solr with
280 files" you are doing something wrong for sure.
At least if you are not trying to index 4k full movies xD

Joking apart :
1) You should carefully design your analyser.
2) You should store your fields initially to verify you index what you were
supposed to ( in number and in content)
Assuming you are a beginner storing the fields will make easier for you to
check, as they will pop out of the results.

is at least the number of docs indexed correct ?

2015-06-19 15:34 GMT+01:00 Paden <>:

> Yeah, actually changing the field to "text_en" or "text_en_splitting"
> actually made it so my indexer indexed all my files. The only problem is, I
> don't think it's doing it well.
> I have two Cores that I'm working with. Both of them have indexed the same
> set of files. The first core, which I will refer to as Testcore, I used a
> DIH configuration that indexed the files with their metadata. (It indexed
> everything fine but it almost killed Solr with 280 files I would hate to
> see
> what would happen with say, 10,000 files.). When I query Testcore on some
> random common word like "a" it returns like 279 files. A good margin I can
> accept that.
> The second core, which I will refer to as Testcore2, I used my own indexer
> that I created and use SolrJ as the client. It indexes everything. However,
> when I query on the same word "a" it only returns 208 of the 281 files.
> Which is weird cause I'm using the exact same Querying handler for both. So
> I don't think a comprehensive indexed text is being sent to Solr.
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Benedetti Alessandro
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In the forests of the night,
What immortal hand or eye
Could frame thy fearful symmetry?"

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