Problems creating first Solr index
2 years, 3 months ago #23101
I’ve downloaded WPSolr Pro and have installed and activated it. I’ve also got an instance of Apache Solr installed and running. This is all on a VM on an internal IP address where I’m using real world data for testing, Solr 8.7.0. and your plugin v22.0
I’m trying to connect the indexes now but am running into trouble. I obtained the index path from the Solr Dashboard and entered into the config screen at Tab 0 and then entered the rest of the details required. I had to create most of the paths specified by the plugin such as configsets and the index/conf under that. I then ran the curl script (curl -L -o index.zip https://www.dropbox.com/ etc) and then tried to save the configuration. This failed with the error message “This index name already exist.”. Is there anything I’m doing wrong here or missing out?2 years, 3 months ago #23104
But that’s what I’ve done. starting again with nothing showing in the Solr Core Amin, I tried again creating a new index, called chimes, and didn’t put anything in Solr. in the plugin I entered the server details and gave it a path to use. At this point there’s nothing showing in server core admin and the only extra directory I’ve created is /var/solr/data/configsets. I click the button at the bottom and get all the instructions on what to do then click the button at the bottom again. This returns
Solr HTTP error: OK (404)
HTTP ERROR 404 Not Found
MESSAGE: Not Found
So I check the path and they’re not there. So I create them and get “Inde3x already exists” message. So I delete everything and try again this time making sure the directories existed before I clicked the button the second time. I got exactly the same 404 message as before and clisking the button a 3td time brought up the “Index Exists” message.2 years, 3 months ago #23109
I’m using this path for the index
And these are the log entries
Loading stored lookup data failed
Exception in reloading spell check index for spellchecker: suggest2 years, 3 months ago #23111
Just in case there was a version problem I removed Solr 8.7 and installed 7.4. Same problem! 404 can’t find ../admin/ping even though its right there.
There are a couple of different log messages though
You should not use LATEST as luceneMatchVersion property: if you use this setting, and then Solr upgrades to a newer release of Lucene, sizable changes may happen. If precise back compatibility is important then you should instead explicitly specify an actual Lucene version.
Solr loaded a deprecated plugin/analysis class [solr.LatLonType]. Please consult documentation how to replace it accordingly.
There are a few others on the plugin type2 years, 3 months ago #23117
This is what I was doing.
Unfortunately an update (not sure if it was to my VM or Ubuntu) has left me unable to properly use the Solr interface. None of the links work. I suspect the VM software (Fusion on Mac) since the problem occurs in snapshots taken before the update.
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