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> [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Bill Moseley
> Sent: Monday, May 03, 2004 1:29 PM
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> Subject: [SWISH-E] Failed to uncompress Property. zlib
> uncompress returned: -5 (was: wondering why?, Updated)
> On Mon, May 03, 2004 at 03:28:25AM -0700, Weir James K Contr
> ASC/ENOI wrote:
> > Well I finished re-indexing the whole thing. There is a lot of data
> > out there. I ran the same search and it came back with the same
> > results
> > Warning: Failed to uncompress Property. zlib uncompress
> returned: -5. uncompressed size: 14899107 buf_len: 1243796
> Again, my guess there is that the property file is being
> written or read incorrectly because I don't believe those
> numbers. I need to modify the source to generate more info
> on that error, like which file number and property is causing
> the problem. I'd guess a signed integer overflow, but those
> numbers don't really show that.
> > I have two indexes setup one for Stemming_en2 and this one
> works And
> > one for Metaphone this one does not work.
> It could be that which stemming mode you are using effect the
> number of words just enough to make the problem show up.
> swish-e -T index_header | grep 'Total Words'
> will show how many word are in the index.
> > Do I need to break up the indexes into smaller one?
> > I am indexing simple text files they are less than 20K, but
> there is
> > about 3 million them
> Pushing the limits with 3 million files, I suppose. How long
> does it take to index?
It about 3 days to the index
> I'll try and look later today at the code and see if anything
> jumps out
> -- and possibly make available a patch to give better debugging info.
> Bill Moseley
Received on Mon May 3 11:03:16 2004