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From Jack Krupansky <>
Subject Re: Need to move on SOlr cloud (help required)
Date Wed, 10 Feb 2016 15:42:04 GMT
What exactly is your motivation? I mean, the primary benefit of SolrCloud
is better support for sharding, and you have only a single shard. If you
have no need for sharding and your master-slave replicated Solr has been
working fine, then stick with it. If only one machine is having a load
problem, then that one node should be replaced. There are indeed plenty of
good reasons to prefer SolrCloud over traditional master-slave replication,
but so far you haven't touched on any of them.

How much data (number of documents) do you have?

What is your typical query latency?

-- Jack Krupansky

On Wed, Feb 10, 2016 at 2:15 AM, kshitij tyagi <>

> Hi,
> We are currently using solr 5.2 and I need to move on solr cloud
> architecture.
> As of now we are using 5 machines :
> 1. I am using 1 master where we are indexing ourdata.
> 2. I replicate my data on other machines
> One or the other machine keeps on showing high load so I am planning to
> move on solr cloud.
> Need help on following :
> 1. What should be my architecture in case of 5 machines to keep (zookeeper,
> shards, core).
> 2. How to add a node.
> 3. what are the exact steps/process I need to follow in order to change to
> solr cloud.
> 4. How indexing will work in solr cloud as of now I am using mysql query to
> get the data on master and then index the same (how I need to change this
> in case of solr cloud).
> Regards,
> Kshitij

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