Re: Solr in virtual host as opposed to /lib
Lance Norskog <goksron <at> gmail.com>
2010-11-01 02:26:07 GMT
With virtual hosting you can give CPU & memory quotas to your
different VMs. This allows you to control the Nutch v.s. The World
problem. Unforch, you cannot allocate disk channel. With two i/o bound
apps, this is a problem.
On Sun, Oct 31, 2010 at 4:38 PM, Eric Martin <eric <at> makethembite.com> wrote:
> Excellent information. Thank you. Solr is acting just fine then. I can
> connect to it no issues, it indexes fine and there didn't seem to be any
> complication with it. Now I can rule it out and go about solving, what you
> pointed out, and I agree, to be a java/nutch issue.
> Nutch is a crawler I use to feed URL's into Solr for indexing. Nutch is open
> source and found on apache.org
> Thanks for your time.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jonathan Rochkind [mailto:rochkind <at> jhu.edu]
> Sent: Sunday, October 31, 2010 4:33 PM
> To: solr-user <at> lucene.apache.org
> Subject: RE: Solr in virtual host as opposed to /lib
> What servlet container are you putting your Solr in? Jetty? Tomcat?
> Something else? Are you fronting it with apache on top of that? (I think
> maybe you are, otherwise I'm not sure how the phrase 'virtual host'
> In general, Solr of course doesn't care what directory it's in on disk, so
> long as the process running solr has the neccesary read/write permissions to
> the neccesary directories (and if it doesn't, you'd usually find out right