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Tuning Solr in Near Real Time Search environments

02.03.2011
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Gustavo Fernades, Senior Open Source Consultant at Sourcesense UK, recently did a talk detailing six Solr tuning tips that can help significantly reduce query times in large-scale and near real time search environments.  He covers
  • Adding memory
  • Auto warming
  • Application profiling
  • FieldValueCache
  • JVM and garbage collection
  • and using maxWarmingSearchers

Tuning Solr in Near Real Time Search environments from Sourcesense on Vimeo.