I don't know if this helps but I get around the problem of using multiple
index files by using MetaNames or PropertyNames. In my case I sometimes
need to limit the search to a specific year (or years) which is part of
the directory sructure
eg ... /dir/1996/blah ...
so in my conf file I have -
(not sure I need both of these)
then I use
ExtractPath year regex !^/.*/dir/([0-9]+)/.+$!$1!
So then I have the script add a term of the form "year = ( YR1 or YR2 etc)"
to the searh term.
Hope this helps,
On Sat, 14 Dec 2002, Yann wrote:
> i wanted some informations about performance while searching in a large
> number of index files, such as 50.. i wanted to do so in order to allow
> the user to search only among rfcs, or only among man's, or among mysql
> doc... (i'm working on a large documentation site).
> Do you think that it is a good way to create so much index files to
> achieve that, having in mind that most often the search will request all
> the indexes? Is there any other way to do what I want?
> Thanks in advance.
> Yann Hamon
Received on Mon Dec 16 10:58:54 2002