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From Erick Erickson <erickerick...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Reindex after schema change options
Date Fri, 28 Oct 2016 22:50:51 GMT
This is a little contradictory:

> how do I reindex the data in place - without starting from the source?

> then ran my reindex SolrJ code.

So it looks like you _were_ able to re-index from scratch?

BTW, to be absolutely safe I'd re-index to a _new_ collection and
then, perhaps, use
collection aliasing to switch seamlessly. I've seen situations where
when some segments think fieldX has docValues and some don't it can be
a problem.

OTOH, if you define a _new_ field with docValues, that's no problem.

And if it worked for you, it worked.....

Best,
Erick

On Fri, Oct 28, 2016 at 8:09 AM, tedsolr <tsmith@sciquest.com> wrote:
> So I ran a quick test of my idea and it worked. I modified the schema.xml
> file - uploaded it to ZK - reloaded the collection - then ran my reindex
> SolrJ code. After it completed the schema browser in the admin console shows
> that the field uses docValues. I tried a streaming expression on it to using
> the /export request handler and that was good - no errors.
>
> Still would love to hear from anyone who has done this differently.
>
>
> tedsolr wrote
>> Not all my fields use docValues. This is going to be a problem in the
>> future. Once I change the schema.xml to use docValues for these certain
>> field types, how do I reindex the data in place - without starting from
>> the source?
>>
>> I'm aware of lucene's IndexUpgrader but that will only ensure a correct
>> lucene match version. I'm not changing that. Could I use SolrJ to walk
>> through the documents and "touch" each one and do an atomic update on the
>> fields that have changed? (all the fields I care about are stored)
>>
>> Thanks, Ted
>> v5.2.1
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