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From "Robert Haycock" <Robert.Hayc...@mediasurface.com>
Subject RE: To cluster, or not to cluster...
Date Fri, 24 Mar 2006 19:26:58 GMT
Hi Jason,

Would that not mean if one of the master indexes went down then a subset
of data would be offline?

Rob.

-----Original Message-----
From: jason rutherglen [mailto:jasonhusong@yahoo.com] 
Sent: 24 March 2006 18:32
To: solr-user@lucene.apache.org
Subject: Re: To cluster, or not to cluster...

It should be possible to do clustering if you divide your master index
over multiple master servers.  Then write a wrapper around the
SolrClient API using something like MultiSearcher.  From what I know
this would work, could be wrong.

----- Original Message ----
From: Clay Webster <webster.lists@gmail.com>
To: solr-user@lucene.apache.org
Sent: Friday, March 24, 2006 8:54:45 AM
Subject: Re: To cluster, or not to cluster...

On 3/24/06, Robert Haycock <Robert.Haycock@mediasurface.com> wrote:
>
> Is it/will it be possible to cluster solr?
>
> We have a distributed system and it would be nice if we could
replicate
> the index to improve performance.
>
>
Solr does not have replication.  But it does have a very nice index
distribution system.

Solr can be run in a master/slave setup.  The master receives all the
changes.  For each commit a snapshooter index can be made.  The slaves
can
run the snappuller with whatever polling frequency they like.  Each
snapshot
is then snapinstalled in the slave and can have its cache warmed (while
serving queries from the older index).

Slaves can come on line with new indexes out of sync.  But if your slave
hardware is the same and your pulling and shooting well-understood, and
you
make warming time-based it probably will not be a problem.  This
distribution is noted by each slave in the master.  That's as tied
together
as they get (not much).  So, if you have a requirement that they must
all be
in index-version-sync you could tie them closer and extend Solr.

--cw




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