Category Archives: Open Source

Solr logging just got better

Using a product like Solr over time makes you blind to certain things. Logging is one such area. For me it started with realizing that the default logging was way too verbose, and soon I found a two year old … Continue reading

Posted in Open Source, Search technology, Technology | 1 Comment

Apache Solr 4.10 – last stop before 5.0

New Solr versions are released quite frequently. Since we wrote about 4.7 back in March, we got Solr 4.8 on April 28th, 4.8.1 May 20th, 4.9.0 June 25th, 4.10.0 September 3rd, 4.10.1 September 29th, and 4.10.2 on October 31st. Here … Continue reading

Posted in Open Source, Technology | Tagged | Leave a comment

Apache Solr 4.7 released

Apache Solr version 4.7 is here! Please read the release announcement at http://lucene.apache.org/solr/solrnews.html#26-february-2014-apache-solr-470-available and see CHANGES.txt for all details. Our favourite features Migrate documents from one collection to another one (SOLR-5308) File viewer in Admin GUI Efficient deep paging using ‘cursorMark’ (SOLR-5463) … Continue reading

Posted in Open Source, Search technology, Technology | Tagged | 4 Comments

Apache Solr 4.5 released

The Apache Lucene project just released Apache Solr version 4.5. Please read the release announcement at http://lucene.apache.org/solr/solrnews.html#5-october-2013-apache-solr-45-available and see CHANGES.txt for all details. Some highlights are multi-threaded faceting (SOLR-2548), multi-threaded updates with CloudSolrServer (SOLR-4816) and more intelligent routing of documents with SolrCloud. … Continue reading

Posted in Open Source, Search technology, Technology | Tagged | Leave a comment

Scaling search with SolrCloud

Jan had a talk at JavaZone in Oslo this september, about scaling search with the new Solr 4.0 with SolrCloud. Here are the slides and the video recording: Scaling search with Apache Solr 4.0 and SolrCloud from JavaZone on Vimeo. … Continue reading

Posted in Open Source, Search technology, Solr, The Cloud | Leave a comment