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From Eric Grobler <impalah...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: multi-valued associated fields
Date Thu, 13 May 2010 19:06:07 GMT
Hi Ahmed

Thanks again for sharing your insight and experience.
I will discuss the multi-core approach with members of our team.

Regards
Eric

On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 9:24 PM, ahammad <ahmed.hammad@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> In our deployment, we thought that complications might arise when
> attempting
> to hit the Solr server with addresses of too many cores. For instance, we
> have 15+ cores running at the moment. At the worst case, we will have to
> use
> all 15+ addresses of all the cores to search all our data. What we
> eventually did was to combine all the cores into a single core, which will
> basically give us a more clean solution. You will get the simplicity of
> querying one core, but the flexibility of modifying cores separately.
>
> Basically, we have all the cores indexing separately. We set up a script
> that would use the index merge functionality of Solr to combine all the
> indexes into a single index accessible through one core. Yes, there will be
> some overhead on the server, but I believe that it's a good compromise. In
> our case, we have multiple servers at our disposal, so this was not a
> problem to implement. It all depends on your data set and the volume of
> documents that you will be indexing.
>
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