Very High Activity
144
I Use This!

News

Analyzed 6 days ago. based on code collected 6 days ago.
Posted about 1 month ago by gr0
In the previous blog post about SolrCloud we’ve talked about the situation when ZooKeeper connection failed and how Solr handles that situation. However, we only talked about query time behavior of SolrCloud and we said that we will get back to the topic of indexing in the future. That future is finally here – let’s […] No related posts.
Posted about 1 month ago by gr0
With the lastest release of Solr – the 5.2 and 5.2.1 we were given the new API – the backup API based on the replication handler. Because this functionality has been anticipated by some users, we decided to give it a quick look. In order to test the new functionality we will do a very […] No related posts.
Posted about 2 months ago by gr0
A few minutes ago we’ve read the announcemnt that the new version of Lucene library and Solr search server has been released. It is another release from the 5.x branch and it is numbered 5.2.1. This is a bug fix release, which fixes important bugs found in 5.2. Apache Lucene library 5.2.1 can be downloaded […] No related posts.
Posted about 2 months ago by gr0
It is again nice to announce that today a new version of Lucene library and Solr search server has been released. It is another release from the 5.x branch and it is numbered 5.2. This release is definatelly worth checking, espesially for Solr users,of new features comming to this search server. Some of the changes […] No related posts.
Posted 2 months ago by gr0
With the recent release of Solr 5.1 we’ve got a nice, new functionalities in Solr. One of those new features is the new faceting module that allows to send reuquests in JSON format in the request body. In this blog entry we will try to quickly look at the functionality and see how Sorl changes […] No related posts.
Posted 3 months ago by Erik Hatcher
Posted 3 months ago by Erik Hatcher
Posted 3 months ago by Ted Sullivan
Posted 3 months ago by Ted Sullivan
Posted 3 months ago by Ted Sullivan