You can merge with "swish-e -M index1 index2 merged_index". I noticed 2
- the titles are from index1
- all keywords of index1 and index2 will be present
So it can be okay for an update, but a full re-indexing would remove the
You would do it this way:
"swish-e -M update_index old_index new_index"
It's also possible to merge multiple indexes in one time.
From: JIM BRANNAN /HP-Roseville,om4
Sent: 18 février 2000 06:47
Cc: JIM BRANNAN /HP-Roseville,om4
Subject: [SWISH-E] RE: http method v. file system method Performance
I have completed a performance test indexing 18000 HTML files.
Here's the data. This is FYI.
server: HPUX K460 4Way, 2GB memory
disk: Nike array, RAID5, 64MB cache
ncsa_httpd web server
swish-e can index 42 docs/minute on this same server via http
swish-e can index 110 docs/minute on this same server via file sys
The 42 docs per min test was done off hours - system was reasonable quiet.
The 110 docs per minutes was done during the business day and saw peaks
of 150 docs per minute.
So, I'm switching to file sys access. No I have to figure out how to
identify and index the new files and then just merge the indexes.
Received on Fri Feb 18 05:27:43 2000