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From Erick Erickson <erickerick...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Commit takes 1 to 2 minutes, CPU usage affects other apps
Date Wed, 05 May 2010 16:43:07 GMT
The mail servers are often not too friendly with attachments, so people
either inline configs or put them on a server and post the URL.

HTH
Erick

On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 12:06 PM, Markus Fischer <markus@fischer.name> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> On 05.05.2010 03:49, Chris Hostetter wrote:
> >
> > : Are you accidentally building the spellchecker database on each commit?
> >       ...
> > : > This could also be caused by performing an optimize after the commit,
> or it
> > : > could be caused by auto warming the caches, or a combination of both.
> >
> > The heart of the matter being: it's pretty much impossible to guess what
> > is taking up all this time (and eating up all that CPU) w/o seeing your
> > configs, and having a better idea of how you are timing this "1 to 2
> > minutes" ... is this what your client sending the commit reports? what
> > exactly is the command it's executing?
>
> The measurement was done outside our Solr client which sends the update
> and then the commit to the handler. I also see the update-URL call in
> the Tomcat Manager taking up that amount of time.
>
> > what do your Solr logs say about the commit, and the subsequent
> > newSearcher?
>
> How can I get such logs? I was asking for in the second mail do this
> thread; basically it's the same problem I'm having, as I've no clue were
> it costs that time.
>
> I'll get the configs asap; and yes, we're using a spellchecker too. Is
> this list fine with attachments? Or should I just paste the XML stuff
> inline? Or use pastebin?
>
> thanks for the help!
>
> - Markus
>

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