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Andrew Fletcher
17 Aug 2022
In this article I'll walk through the steps I went through to install Solr on Ubuntu.   Step 1: Java Check if Java is installed on your server: java -version Not there - then Java is the first step for you to set up for Solr.  JAVA SE 8 or Later is required to run Apache Solr 8.  Utilisation taking after order to check in the event that you have Java introduced as of now on your system. sudo apt install openjdk-11-jdk Version check again and you now will get a response like: openjdk...
Andrew Fletcher
17 Aug 2022
Looking to install Solr on your server?  Not sure if it worth the effort?  Well,...
Andrew Fletcher
03 Aug 2022
The following the CKAN source install docs from start to finish including solr....
Andrew Fletcher
24 Feb 2022
Have you tried adding custom synonyms to Solr on Drupal? How did you go? What...
Andrew Fletcher
18 Feb 2022
We are going to work through two methods of creating the SOLR cores. Variables...
Andrew Fletcher
18 Jan 2022
Adding basic security to your server, requires altering the security.json file.  For me this file was located /var/solr/data/   Add a User or Edit a Password The set-user command allows you to add users and change their passwords. For example, the following defines two users and their passwords: curl --user solr:SolrRocks http://localhost:8983/api/cluster/security/authentication -H 'Content-type:application/json' -d '{"set-user": {"andrew":"andrewsPass"}}'   Delete a User The...
Andrew Fletcher
13 Jan 2022
What am I setting out to achieve? I want to meet the following...
Andrew Fletcher
05 Jan 2022
Having Drupal Solr Search APi running, I thought adding synonyms to the mix...
Andrew Fletcher
23 Dec 2021
Process: 1. Edit jetty.xml To begin you are going to edit the file...
Andrew Fletcher
13 Dec 2021
Like many devs at the moment, looking for log4j2 on your server... how to...
Andrew Fletcher
10 Aug 2021
Adding Solr config zip (ie. solr_8.x_config.zip) to your remote server.  In this instance I'll be adding Solr config to a AWS EC2 server.   Log in to your remote server, then as you need to work as root type: sudo su Go to your solr directory: cd /var/solr/ If you don't know the location of your solr directory run: find / -name solr -type d You can find more information about how to search on Terminal Commands Find. Access your solr config directory through: cd data/{dir}/conf or...
Andrew Fletcher
05 Aug 2021
Steps to get the Solr date range widget working.   Steps Enable the Facets...
Andrew Fletcher
05 Aug 2021
Following is a series of steps to install Tika and have it running for your Solr...