I’ve worked at several environments where most of our product was run
through the JVM. I’ve always used the information available to me in
0 replies - 9414 views - 03/06/12 by Geoffrey Papilion in Articles
We’ve been doing a lot of work at Lucid lately on scaling out Solr,
so I thought I would blog about some of the things we’ve been working
0 replies - 8292 views - 03/06/12 by Grant Ingersoll in Articles
As we promised earlier, source code for explain.solr.pl is now published.
To refresh Your memory: it is a tool to visualize Solr search results and get the...
0 replies - 3463 views - 03/03/12 by Rafał Kuć in Articles
Many users don't appreciate the transactional semantics of Lucene's
APIs and how this can be useful in search applications. For starters, Lucene...
1 replies - 5483 views - 03/02/12 by Michael Mccandless in Articles
0 replies - 3260 views - 02/29/12 by Kelvin Tan in Book Reviews
Apache Lucene is the leading open source search engine and is used in
many businesses, projects and products. Lucene has sub-projects which
0 replies - 7025 views - 02/28/12 by Robin Bramley in Articles
Or “How to never re-use cached filter query results even though you meant to”:
Filter queries (“fq” clauses) are a means to restrict the number of...
0 replies - 6576 views - 02/27/12 by Erick Erickson in Articles
I am trying to put together a framework for search quality evaluation for a specialist information provider.
At the moment quality is measured by counting the...
1 replies - 2870 views - 02/26/12 by Tony Russell-rose in Articles
After a few weeks (counting Christmas, when people don’t usually analyze theirs Solr queries ) we would like to share some thoughts about...
0 replies - 3543 views - 02/25/12 by Rafał Kuć in Articles
Yonik recently wrote about “Advanced Filter Caching in Solr” where
he talked about expensive and custom filters; it was left as an
exercise to the...
0 replies - 5360 views - 02/23/12 by Erik Hatcher in Articles
When a user enters in a search query and is taken to a search engine
results page, then the probability of clicking on a result is a
function of three...
0 replies - 3654 views - 02/22/12 by Jason Hull in Articles
Recently we had a change to help with a non-commercial project which
included search as its part. One of the assumptions, although not the
key ones, was...
1 replies - 4950 views - 02/21/12 by Rafał Kuć in Articles
Richer presentation. Deeper data in search results.Search UIs are getting richer and more interesting by the day.
Google page snapshots, animated...
0 replies - 6972 views - 02/20/12 by Matt Overstreet in Articles
A tweet from Eric Pugh informs us about a recent handy resource he contributed to that you Solr/Lucene users out there should look into. It's a Solr...
0 replies - 3951 views - 02/18/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Two popular methods of indexing existing data are the Data Import
Handler (DIH) and Tika (Solr Cell)/ExtractingRequestHandler. These can
be used to index...
0 replies - 6736 views - 02/15/12 by Erick Erickson in Articles