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From Cassandra Targett <>
Subject Re: uploading solr.xml to zk
Date Mon, 10 Jul 2017 19:02:23 GMT
In your command, you are missing the "zk" part of the command. Try:

bin/solr zk cp file:local/file/path/to/solr.xml zk:/solr.xml -z localhost:2181

I see this is wrong in the documentation, I will fix it for the next
release of the Ref Guide.

I'm not sure about how to refer to it - I don't think you have to do
anything? I could be very wrong on that, though.

On Fri, Jul 7, 2017 at 2:31 PM,  <> wrote:
> The documentation says
> If you for example would like to keep your solr.xml in ZooKeeper to avoid having to copy
it to every node's so
> lr_home directory, you can push it to ZooKeeper with the bin/solr utility (Unix example):
> bin/solr cp file:local/file/path/to/solr.xml zk:/solr.xml -z localhost:2181
> So Im trying to push the solr.xml my local zookeepr
> solr-6.4.1/bin/solr  file:/home/user1/solr/nodes/day1/solr/solr.xml zk:/solr.xml -z localhost:9983
> ERROR: cp is not a valid command!
> Afterwards
> When starting up a node how do we refer to the solr.xml inside zookeeper? Any examples?
> Thanks
> Imran
> Sent from Mail for Windows 10

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