Skip to main content.
home | support | download

Back to List Archive

Re: Bug when searching multiply indexes

From: Krzysztof Rudnik <K.Rudnik(at)not-real.rzeczpospolita.pl>
Date: Thu Sep 20 2001 - 08:32:37 GMT
Hi Jose,

I realy have to use multiply indexes.
This simple test shows that  nobody can.

[k@Pascal tests]$ swish-e -f file1.index files2-3.index -w word
# SWISH format: 2.1-dev-22
# Search words: word
# Number of hits: 2
# Search time: 0.000 seconds
# Run time: 0.008 seconds
1000 ./file3.html "Title 3" 147
1000 ./file2.html "Title 2" 146
.
[k@Pascal tests]$ swish-e -f file1.index files2-3.index -b 1 -m 1 -w word
# SWISH format: 2.1-dev-22
# Search words: word
# Number of hits: 2
# Search time: 0.000 seconds
# Run time: 0.008 seconds
1000 ./file3.html "Title 3" 147
.
[k@Pascal tests]$ swish-e -f file1.index files2-3.index -b 2 -m 1 -w word
# SWISH format: 2.1-dev-22
# Search words: word
# Number of hits: 2
# Search time: 0.000 seconds
# Run time: 0.008 seconds
1000 ./file3.html "Title 3" 147

!!!! where is ./file2.html  !!!!
here it is ( reversed order of indexes )

[k@Pascal tests]$ swish-e -f files2-3.index file1.index -b 1 -m 1 -w word
# SWISH format: 2.1-dev-22
# Search words: word
# Number of hits: 2
# Search time: 0.000 seconds
# Run time: 0.008 seconds
1000 ./file3.html "Title 3" 147
.
[k@Pascal tests]$ swish-e -f files2-3.index file1.index -b 2 -m 1 -w word
# SWISH format: 2.1-dev-22
# Search words: word
# Number of hits: 2
# Search time: 0.000 seconds
# Run time: 0.007 seconds
1000 ./file2.html "Title 2" 146


Am I right or I misunderstand something.
Please help.


-- 

Krzysztof Rudnik
Received on Thu Sep 20 08:35:37 2001