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From Vishnu Mishra <vdil...@gmail.com>
Subject How To Interrupt Solr Query Execution
Date Fri, 19 Dec 2014 09:05:20 GMT
Hi, I am using solr 4.9 for searching  over 90 million+ documents. My Solr is
running on tomcat server and  I am  querying Solr from an application. I
have a problem with long-running queries against Solr. Although I have set
timeAllowed to 40000ms, but it seems that solr still running this query
until it processed fully. I read some articles where it is written that 

"*Internally, Solr does nothing to time out any requests -- it lets both
updates and queries take however long they need to take to be processed
fully.*"

Is this what Solr does? If so, is there a configuration option to change
this behavior? or can I interrupt solr query execution.



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