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Solr 3.1 and Beyond

Solr 3.1 and Beyond

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Published by Ervin Miller
The Solr/Lucene community is hard at work designing and developing a range of new features and fixes for Apache Solr, advancing the frontiers of search. Solr creator Yonik Seeley will provide a preview survey of these developments, and talk about how one can leverage new functionality. Topics will include new faceting functionality, new function queries, increased scalability, field collapsing, and spatial search. The talk will span features already included in trunk, features slated for the next release, as well as incomplete features under consideration for future releases.
The Solr/Lucene community is hard at work designing and developing a range of new features and fixes for Apache Solr, advancing the frontiers of search. Solr creator Yonik Seeley will provide a preview survey of these developments, and talk about how one can leverage new functionality. Topics will include new faceting functionality, new function queries, increased scalability, field collapsing, and spatial search. The talk will span features already included in trunk, features slated for the next release, as well as incomplete features under consideration for future releases.

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Published by: Ervin Miller on Nov 25, 2010
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02/02/2011

 
Solr 3.1 and Beyond
yonik@lucidimagination.com October 8, 2010
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Lucid Imagination  Yonik Seeley 
 
Agenda
Goal : Introduce new features you can try & use now inSolr development versions 3.1 or 4.0
 
Relevancy (Extended Dismax Parser)
 
Spatial/Geo Search
 
Search Result Grouping / Field Collapsing
 
Faceting (Pivot, Range, Per-segment)
 
Scalability (Solr Cloud)
 
Odds & Ends
 
Q&A
10/12/10 3
 
Solr 3.1? What happened to 1.5?
 
Lucene/Solr merged (March 2010)
 
Single set of committers
 
Single dev mailing list (dev@lucene.apache.org)
 
Single shared subversion trunk
 
Keep separate downloads, user mailing lists
 
Other former lucene subprojects spun off (Nutch, Tika, Mahout, etc)
 
Development
 
trunk is now always next major release (currently 4.0)
 
branch_3x will be base for all 3.x releases
 
Branch together, Release together, Share version numbers

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