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From Aleksey <>
Subject Re: LotsOfCores feature
Date Fri, 07 Jun 2013 08:58:44 GMT
> A use case would a web site or service that had millions of users, each of
> whom would have an active Solr core when they are active, but inactive
> otherwise. Of course those cores would not all reside on one node and
> ZooKeeper is out of the question for managing anything that is in the
> millions. This would be a true "cloud" or "data center" and even multi-data
> center app, not a "cluster" app.

I am getting a little bit confused again. It seems now the answer to
my question is a "clear no"?
Also, instead of managing cores is it not possible to manage servers
which will be in tens and hundreds? As far as which core goes to which
server, that could be based on some hashing scheme.

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