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Scaling Solr in the Cloud

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Uploaded on Aug 19, 2011

At OSCon Data 2011, Andy Blyler and Lindsay Snider of Barracuda Networks, Inc. & Nutshell, LLC present "Scaling Solr Horizontally in the Cloud".

Slides, comments and ratings can be found on the official conference page at http://www.oscon.com/oscon2011/public...

Short description:
Scaling Solr horizontally (having multiple indexes) can be painful, and may even cause nightmares in some situations. There are multiple techniques available to scale Solr horizontally. The simplest is running multiple Solr webapps, however this falls apart due to the memory requirements. Next up is using Solr's multiple core functionality, which scales much further but still runs into memory usage issues after awhile. The final technique is to use the multiple core in combination with LRU (least recently used) management code to shutdown inactive cores. Lets dive into each of these techniques in more detail.

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