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From Amanda Shuman <amanda.shu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Delete then re-add a core
Date Thu, 07 Jun 2018 14:49:41 GMT
Thanks, Shawn, that is a remarkably clear description.

I am able to create the core and all appears fine, but when I go to index I
am unfortunately running into a new problem. I am indexing from the same
site content as before (it's just an Omeka install with a solr plug-in that
reindexes the sitE), but now it only indexes 3 (!) records out of 3000+ and
then stops. I have no idea why. The old core - with a different name -
still works, even I choose to reindex it. Now I have to figure out which
error logs to check -- Solr or Omeka.

Amanda

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On Thu, Jun 7, 2018 at 3:08 PM, Shawn Heisey <apache@elyograg.org> wrote:

> On 6/7/2018 4:12 AM, Amanda Shuman wrote:
>
>> Definitely not a permissions problem - everything is run by the solr user,
>> which owns everything in the directories. I just can't figure out why the
>> default working directory is in opt rather than var (which is where it
>> should be according to a previous chain I was in).
>>
>> But at this point I'm at a total loss, so maybe a fresh install wouldn't
>> hurt.
>>
>
> The "bin/solr" script, which is ultimately how Solr is started even when
> it is installed as a service, initially sets the current working directory
> to a directory that it knows as SOLR_TIP.  This is the directory containing
> bin, server, and others.  It defaults to /opt/solr when Solr is installed
> as a service.
>
> Then just before Solr is started, the script will change the current
> working directory to the server directory, which is a subdirectory of
> SOLR_TIP.
>
> So when Solr starts, the current working directory is $SOLR_TIP/server.
>
> The service installer sets the owner of everything in SOLR_TIP to root.
> The solr user has absolutely no reason to write to that directory at all.
> Everything that Solr writes will be to an absolute path under the "var dir"
> given during service install, which defaults to /var/solr.  THAT directory
> and all its contents will be owned by the user specified during install,
> which defaults to solr.
>
> The current working directory is where the developers want it, and will
> not be in the "var dir".  Its location is critical for correct Jetty
> operation.  When Solr is configured in the expected way for a service
> install, it does not use the current working directory.
>
> Thanks,
> Shawn
>
>

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