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From David Murphy <>
Subject does overwrite=false work with json
Date Sun, 03 Apr 2011 14:25:51 GMT
I'm doing some performance benchmarking of Solr and I started with a single big 
JSON file containing all the docs that I'm sending via curl. The results are 
fantastic - I'm achieving an indexing rate of about 44,000 docs/sec using this 
method (these are really small test docs). In the past I have used CSV and 
adding overwrite=false to the URL increased performance when doing a fresh 
reindex when I know all the document ids are unique. I tried this with the JSON 
upload, and nothing seemed to change.  Is this supposed to work with the JSON 
update handler?

Anyway, Solr is doing spectacular against the competition so far.  Keep up the 
great work!

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