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From Abhishek Nigam <>
Subject Re: Nutch, Solr and Lucene architecture diagrams
Date Fri, 23 Apr 2010 03:09:06 GMT

Can you please share the following with us as well.

I can find the architecture of nutch as loaded by chris, but looking for
solr and lucene and the related description for all.


On Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 11:26 PM, Grant Ingersoll <>wrote:

> Hi All,
> The ASF has been asked by an Industry Analyst group (to remain unnamed at
> this point) to provide information about Lucene and related technologies
> (Solr, Nutch).  As the PMC Chair and in conjunction with the ASF Press and
> Marketing group (as well as some informal IRC chatter), I have answered most
> of the questions (many are commercially oriented, so they don't really
> apply), but I really need community help on one in particular, and I need it
> very soon, so I'm hoping people from both Lucene, Nutch and Solr will step
> up and help out here.
> The question is:
> <snip>
> Briefly describe the architecture of the solution and include a diagram if
> available.
> </snip>
> I can handle the description, but I am not aware of any publicly available
> diagrams describing the architectures of these three technologies.  Thus,
> I'm asking for:
> 1.) A pointer to one that I missed and that the author is willing to donate
> or,
> 2.) Some Volunteers to draw them up
> What I am looking for is some high level architecture diagrams describing
> the three technologies.
> In either case, they will be immensely helpful for the community beyond
> just this immediate need for documentation purposes.
> If you can provide such information, please attach the image (ideally in a
> non-lossy format (.PSD) or a vector format (.svg, .ai, etc.)) to
> and make sure you check
> the box saying you donate it to the ASF.
> Can we get this taken care of by Monday, April 26th?
> Your help is most appreciated and will really help make sure that Lucene
> et. al is positively portrayed going forward.
> Thank you,
> Grant Ingersoll
> Lucene PMC Chair

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