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From Otis Gospodnetic <>
Subject Re: any plans to remove int32 limitation on the number of the documents in the index?
Date Thu, 02 May 2013 19:41:51 GMT

Haven't seen this mentioned in a while...

I'm curious...what sort of index, queries, hardware, and latency
requirements do you have?

Solr & ElasticSearch Support
On May 1, 2013 4:36 PM, "Valery Giner" <> wrote:

> Dear Solr Developers,
> I've been unable to find an answer to the question in the subject line of
> this e-mail, except of a vague one.
> We need to be able to index over 2bln+ documents.   We were doing well
> without sharding until the number of docs hit the limit ( 2bln+).   The
> performance was satisfactory for the queries, updates and indexing of new
> documents.
> That is, except for the need to go around the int32 limit, we don't really
> have a need for setting up distributed solr.
> I wonder whether some one on the solr team could tell us when/what version
> of solr we could expect the limit to be removed.
> I hope this question may be of interest to some one else :)
> --
> Thanks,
> Val

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