Perhaps you have tackled this before: you wanted to use Lucene's FastVectorHighlighter (aka FVH), but since you have a custom CharFilter in your analysis chain, the highlighter fails to produce valid fragments.
The problem: I’m working on a project where I’m taking a csv file that contains a little more than 100 columns of data by 10,000 rows. . . but when I turn-on processing for the other 9,999 rows, all I get stored into mongo is the first row of data.
If you’re running collectd chances are you’ve struggled or are struggling with the web frontend. The one shipped with collectd has some limitations and most people tend to use 3rd party solutions. Graphite has its own storage system called whisper, so here are some things elated to that.
It's Friday, so why not take 2 minutes out of your day for this fun song, with the added advantage of learning about seven of the most popular databases available. Be warned though, it's pretty catchy!
Pretty simple question. Which programming language do you think is bad for the developer community while it's still being used? Or which language do you think has stuck around in the industry for too long?