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From Ezequiel Calderara <ezech...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Solr without Server / Search solutions with Solr on DVD (examples?)
Date Thu, 07 Apr 2011 18:09:49 GMT
Try setting a virtual machine and see its performance.

I'm really not a java guy, so i really don't know how to tune it for
performance...

But afaik solr handles pretty well in ram if the index is static...

On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 2:48 PM, Karsten Fissmer <karsten-solr@gmx.de> wrote:

> Hi yonik, Hi Ezequiel,
>
> Java is no problem for an DVD Version. We already have a DVD version with
> Servlet-Container (but this does currently not use Solr).
>
> Some of our customers work in public sector institutions and have less then
> 1gb main memory, but they use MS Word and IE and..
>
> But let us say that we can set Xmx384m (we have 14m documents).
> Xmx384m with 14m UnitsOfRetrieval means e.g. that we do not allow the same
> fields for sorting as on server.
>
> My main interest is an example of other companies/product who delivered
> information on DVD with "stand alone" Solr.
>
> Best regards
>  Karsten
>
> > ---yonik
> > Including a JRE on the DVD and a launch script that uses that JRE by
> > default should be doable as well.
> > -Yonik
> >> ----Jeffrey
> >> Even if you can ship your DVD with a jetty server, you'll still need
> >> JAVA
> >> installed on the customer machine...
> >>
> >>> ---Karsten
> >>> My question:
> >>> Does anyone know examples of solutions with Solr starting from DVD?
> >>> Is there a tutorial for “configure a slow Solr for Computer with little
> main memory”?
> >>> Any best practice tips from yourself?
>



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