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From Chamil Jeewantha <kdcha...@gmail.com>
Subject Solr for Multi Tenant architecture
Date Fri, 26 Aug 2016 19:13:05 GMT
Dear Solr Members,

We are using SolrCloud as the search provider of a multi-tenant cloud based
application. We have one schema for all the tenants. The indexes will have
large number(millions) of documents.

As of our research, we have two options,

   - One large collection for all the tenants and use Composite-ID routing
   - Collection per tenant

The below mail says,


https://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/lucene-solr-user/201403.mbox/%3C5324CD4B.2020309@protulae.com%3E

SolrCloud is *more scalable in terms of index size*. Plus you get
redundancy which can't be underestimated in a hosted solution.


AND

The issue is management. 1000s of cores/collections require a level of
automation. On the other hand, having a single core/collection means if
you make one change to the schema or solrconfig, it affects everyone.


Based on the above facts we think One large collection will be the way to
go.

Questions:

   1. Is that the right way to go?
   2. Will it be a hassle when we need to do reindexing?
   3. What is the chance of entire collection crash? (in that case all
   tenants will be affected and reindexing will be painful.

Thank you in advance for your kind opinion.

Best Regards,
Chamil

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