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From Lance Norskog <>
Subject Re: Viewing the Solr MoinMoin wiki offline
Date Tue, 01 Jan 2013 08:03:37 GMT
3 problems:
a- he wanted to read it locally.
b- crawling the open web is imperfect.
c- /browse needs to get at the files with the same URL as the uploader.

a and b- Try downloading the whole thing with 'wget'. It has a 'make 
links point to the downloaded files' option. Wget is great.

I have done this by parking my files behind a web server. You can use 
Tomcat. (I recommend the XAMPP distro: Then, use Erik's command to 
crawl that server. Use /browse to read it.

Looking at this again, it should be possible to add a file system 
service to the Solr start.jar etc/jetty.xml file. I think I did this 
once. It would be a handy patch. In fact, this whole thing would make a 
great blog post.

On 12/30/2012 05:05 AM, Erik Hatcher wrote:
> Here's a geeky way to do it yourself:
> Fire up Solr 4.x, run this from example/exampledocs:
>     java -Ddata=web -Ddelay=2 -Drecursive=1 -jar post.jar
> (although I do end up getting a bunch of 503's, so maybe this isn't very reliable yet?)
> Tada: http://localhost:8983/solr/collection1/browse
> :)
> 	Erik
> On Dec 29, 2012, at 16:54 , d_k wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I'm setting up Solr inside an intranet without an internet access and
>> I was wondering if there is a way to obtain the data dump of the Solr
>> Wiki ( for offline viewing and searching.
>> I understand MoinMoin has an export feature one can use
>> ( and
>> but i'm afraid it needs
>> to be executed from within the MoinMoin server.
>> Is there a way to obtain the result of that command?
>> Is there another way to view the solr wiki offline?

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