I am using V 2.4.2 of swish-e and would be glad if you could help me to
find answers for following questions:
Is it correct that if I want to add simply ONE file to a current index
of 100MB I will have to index the new file and merge the two different
indexes - resulting in examinizing the 100MB AND the new index (what can
take a longer time)?
Concerning the "problem" described above one could read in the
discussion archive and manual that it is recommended to search several
indexes by help of the -f parameter.
So I really wonder why "*" is not supported when parsing the -f values?
One cannot define -f index.* in order to define - f index.1 index.2
Every day I have to index up to 1000 new files. That means that after 10
days I have 10 new index files I will have to define with -f to make
swish-e using them.
A white pattern like "*" would make things much more easier.
Can the -N help me to index c e r t a i n files and add them to a
The new data to add to a current index are retrieved from a mysql database.
I am using windows 98SE on my local machine.
In contrast to all possibilities mentioned in the manual and older
postings (discussion list archive)
either IndexDir c://php//php.exe
nor anything else does work. The pgp interpreterīs path is not
Only setting the /to/php_path with help of the environment variable path
under windows and defining
Any idea why the recommended settings do not work?
swish-e -T INDEX_STOPWORDS -f index.file
never returns any result while swish-e -H 3 -f index.file shows up the
Any idea why the first command does not work?
And WHY is a list of stopwords stored in an index-file? For considering
them when merging several index files?
When defining a stopword list by help of
IgnoreWords File: ....
and indexing files afterwards I never get any status message from
swish-e that shows up how many stop words have been removed.
But the words ARE removed!
Thanks a lot for your help
Received on Thu Jul 15 01:26:01 2004