On Tue, Jan 25, 2005 at 01:12:16AM -0800, email@example.com wrote:
> Does anyone have any comments about using the enable-incremental feature
> on a production environment to add new files to the index? Would you
> recommend it as opposed to generating a new index for those new files,
> then merging it with the existing, larger, index?
Incremental indexing is somewhat flaky. I think that Jose is using
incremental swish in production (and adding files to it), but my
experience is that it sometimes core-dumps. I'm trying to create test
suite for that, but this condition is not trivially reproducible.
Merge for incremental databases doesn't work, and there are problems
with deleting files with zero length.
I would also appreciate if swish-e would support my new proposed header
so that -S prog could instruct swish-e what to do when in incremental
mode, but since incremental indexing still isn't rock-solid, it might
not be priority.
Dobrica Pavlinusic 2share!2flame firstname.lastname@example.org
Unix addict. Internet consultant. http://www.rot13.org/~dpavlin
Received on Tue Jan 25 06:14:05 2005