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From "Jack Krupansky" <>
Subject Re: lucene and mongodb
Date Tue, 14 May 2013 12:57:21 GMT
That was tried with Lucandra/Solandra, which stored the Lucene index in 
Cassandra, but was less than optimal, so that model was discarded in favor 
of indexing Cassandra data directly into Solr/Lucene, side-by-side in each 
Cassandra node, but in native Lucene. The latter approach is now available 
from DataStax as DataStax Enterprise (DSE), which also integrates Hadoop. 
DSE provides the best of Cassandra integrated tightly with the best of Solr.

In DSE, Cassandra takes care of all the cluster management, with Solr 
indexing the local Cassandra data, handing off incoming updates to Cassandra 
for normal Cassandra storage, and using a variation of the normal Solr code 
for distributing queries and merging results from other nodes, but depending 
on Cassandra for information about cluster configuration.

(Note: I had proposed to talk in more detail about the above at Lucene 
Revolution, but my proposal was not accepted.)


As it says, "DataStax Enterprise is completely free for development work."

-- Jack Krupansky

-----Original Message----- 
From: Rider Carrion Cleger
Sent: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 4:35 AM
To: ; ;
Subject: lucene and mongodb

Hi team,
I'm working with apache lucene 4.2.1 and I would like to store lucene index
in a NoSql database.
So my questions are,
- Can I store the lucene index in a mongodb database ?

thanks you team! 

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