On Tue, Jun 03, 2003 at 06:59:19AM -0700, Steven Moy wrote:
> I had a bunch of test files in a directory that I had indexed earlier. I
> wanted to blow away all the files and start clean. So I removed all the
> files and re-indexed, but when I did a search, I still saw all the old files
> there. So I ended up having to delete all the index files themselves and
> then re-index.
> Is this normal behavior (i.e. that a re-indexing of a freshly emptied
> directory will not purge the old index contents)?
Swish-e writes to a temporary index while indexing. When indexing is
complete (and some files were indexed, IIRC), the index is renamed
replacing any old index.
Received on Tue Jun 3 18:28:37 2003