HTTP request failed, Could not resolve host
4 years, 3 months ago #9239
I have followed video for test index and i get this message Solr HTTP error: HTTP request failed, Could not resolve host: b1238d3d-d976-4aef-b330-5eedbb5020e6-cluster.solrdata.com4 years, 3 months ago #9240
This is a Solr test index, which is deprecated. Please delete it, and create an Elasticsearch test index instead.4 years, 3 months ago #9242
Can i ask you for installation tutorial for dummies. I want to try your plugin in my test environment. WordPress is updated to latest version, WooCommerce to latest version, all plugin updated, Xstore theme. If we are satisfied with speed and look and feeling we will purchase licence and install on live server. Could you point me to right direction?4 years, 3 months ago #9245
I’m stuck on Create free test index. Nothing is happening like in video.4 years, 3 months ago #9247
Right on. Is it “burden” like you said or i could digg into it? 🙂4 years, 3 months ago #9248
You could try to check your WP logs for errors.
Do you have php curl extension activated on your server ? (WPSOLR uses this extension to communicate with ES/SOlr ). You should see php or WP error if not.
But sometimes, the hosting provider is blocking all outbound ports. You can ask them.4 years, 3 months ago #9249
I checked, and curl is not installed on my server.4 years, 3 months ago #9250
Here is the php cURL manual: https://php.net/manual/en/book.curl.php4 years, 3 months ago #9251
Is it easier to install local Elasticsearch or Solr server? How can i do this. Our site is on dedicated server, i have root privileges on server.4 years, 3 months ago #9252
https://www.wpsolr.com/wpsolr/search/install+apache+solr. But you’ll need curl and php-curl too.4 years, 3 months ago #9253
I got that. But what is bugging me is what is better solution. Local server or your server? I guess local server is better.
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