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From Upayavira ...@odoko.co.uk>
Subject Re: query parsing
Date Thu, 24 Sep 2015 07:04:11 GMT
typically, the index dir is inside the data dir. Delete the index dir
and you should be good. If there is a tlog next to it, you might want to
delete that also.

If you dont have a data dir, i wonder whether you set the data dir when
creating your core or collection. Typically the instance dir and data
dir aren't needed.

Upayavira

On Wed, Sep 23, 2015, at 10:46 PM, Erick Erickson wrote:
> OK, this is bizarre. You'd have had to set up SolrCloud by specifying the
> -zkRun command when you start Solr or the -zkHost; highly unlikely. On
> the
> admin page there would be a "cloud" link on the left side, I really doubt
> one's there.
> 
> You should have a data directory, it should be the parent of the index
> and
> tlog directories. As of sanity check try looking at the analysis page.
> Type
> a bunch of words in the left hand side indexing box and uncheck the
> verbose
> box. As you can tell I'm grasping at straws. I'm still puzzled why you
> don't have a "data" directory here, but that shouldn't really matter. How
> did you create this index? I don't mean data import handler more how did
> you create the core that you're indexing to?
> 
> Best,
> Erick
> 
> On Wed, Sep 23, 2015 at 10:16 AM, Mark Fenbers <mark.fenbers@noaa.gov>
> wrote:
> 
> > On 9/23/2015 12:30 PM, Erick Erickson wrote:
> >
> >> Then my next guess is you're not pointing at the index you think you are
> >> when you 'rm -rf data'
> >>
> >> Just ignore the Elall field for now I should think, although get rid of it
> >> if you don't think you need it.
> >>
> >> DIH should be irrelevant here.
> >>
> >> So let's back up.
> >> 1> go ahead and "rm -fr data" (with Solr stopped).
> >>
> > I have no "data" dir.  Did you mean "index" dir?  I removed 3 index
> > directories (2 for spelling):
> > cd /localapps/dev/eventLog; rm -rfv index solr/spFile solr/spIndex
> >
> >> 2> start Solr
> >> 3> do NOT re-index.
> >> 4> look at your index via the schema-browser. Of course there should be
> >> nothing there!
> >>
> > Correct!  It said "there is no term info :("
> >
> >> 5> now kick off the DIH job and look again.
> >>
> > Now it shows a histogram, but most of the "terms" are long -- the full
> > texts of (the table.column) eventlogtext.logtext, including the whitespace
> > (with %0A used for newline characters)...  So, it appears it is not being
> > tokenized properly, correct?
> >
> >> Your logtext field should have only single tokens. The fact that you have
> >> some very
> >> long tokens presumably with whitespace) indicates that you aren't really
> >> blowing
> >> the index away between indexing.
> >>
> > Well, I did this time for sure.  I verified that initially, because it
> > showed there was no term info until I DIH'd again.
> >
> >> Are you perhaps in Solr Cloud with more than one replica?
> >>
> > Not that I know of, but being new to Solr, there could be things going on
> > that I'm not aware of.  How can I tell?  I certainly didn't set anything up
> > for solrCloud deliberately.
> >
> >> In that case you
> >> might be getting the index replicated on startup assuming you didn't
> >> blow away all replicas. If you are in SolrCloud, I'd just delete the
> >> collection and
> >> start over, after insuring that you'd pushed the configset up to
> >> Zookeeper.
> >>
> >> BTW, I always look at the schema.xml file from the Solr admin window just
> >> as
> >> a sanity check in these situations.
> >>
> > Good idea!  But the one shown in the browser is identical to the one I've
> > been editing!  So that's not an issue.
> >
> >

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