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demiankatz ↷ Page moved from vufind2:remote_solr_back-end to installation:remote_solr_back-end
installation:remote_solr_back-end [2018/03/02 07:28] (current)
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 ====== Remote Solr Back-end ====== ====== Remote Solr Back-end ======
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 +:!: This page is currently out of date; these instructions apply to VuFind 2.x but need to be updated for the changes introduced during the Solr 5 upgrade in VuFind 3.0.
  
 You may find that you want to install VuFind'​s front-end on one server (e.g. campus shared hosting) while Solr resides on another. Here are some options (based on Ubuntu 14.04, but hopefully adaptable). You may find that you want to install VuFind'​s front-end on one server (e.g. campus shared hosting) while Solr resides on another. Here are some options (based on Ubuntu 14.04, but hopefully adaptable).
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 and comment out the ''​dataDir''​ tags in ''/​usr/​local/​etc/​solr/​cores/​*/​conf/​solrconfig.xml''​. and comment out the ''​dataDir''​ tags in ''/​usr/​local/​etc/​solr/​cores/​*/​conf/​solrconfig.xml''​.
  
-Finally, (re)start Tomcat and make sure you're getting data directories for each of your cores under ''/​var/​local/​lib/​solr'',​ and that links to administer your cores appear in the web interface (''​http://​example.edu:​8080/​solr''​).+Finally, (re)start Tomcat and make sure you're getting data directories for each of your cores under ''/​var/​local/​lib/​solr'',​ and that links to administer your cores appear in the web interface (http://​example.edu:​8080/​solr).
  
 ===== Upstream Solr ===== ===== Upstream Solr =====
installation/remote_solr_back-end.txt · Last modified: 2018/03/02 07:28 by demiankatz