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Quick Tutorial - Setup a Solr instance

Before we start installing Solr instance on any machine, we should be clear on few concepts.

  • What is Solr?
    • Solr is Apache's product and a fast open-source Java search server.
  • Why we need it?
    • Solr enables you to easily create search engine for websites, databases and files.
  • How can we install it?
    Option 1(for Windows machines) - 
      1. Extract the downloaded Solr package and copy it on C or D drive
      2. Please make sure latest version of Java is installed on machine.
      3. You can start Solr instance by below command:
        java -jar start.jar

      4. By default, Solr will run on port 8983. However you can change it ../etc/Jetty.xml file. Look for <set name="port"><SystemProperty name="jetty.port" default="8983"></set> and change it.
      5. You can keep the below command in .bet file and run it automatically.
        C:\solr-6.1.0\bin\solr" restart -h localhost -p 8984
        Option 2(for Mac machines)
        > brew install solr
        Once installed, it should start solr on default port 8983.


        Option 3 (using docker images) - 
         > docker pull solr         
        Once docker image is pulled, 
        > docker run -p 8983:8983 solr:latest        
        This should start solr on your local machine and accessible on http://localhost:8983/solr

  • Common issue of Solr and how to solve it?
    When you start creating collections in Solr, you may face this issue on Solr.
    new_core: org.apache.solr.common.SolrException:org.apache.solr.common.SolrException: Could not load conf for core new_core: Error loading solr config from /var/solr/data/new_core/conf/solrconfig.xml
    Copy the folder '
    /opt/solr/server/solr/configsets/_default/conf' and paste it in '/var/solr/data/new_core/' folder. Once copied, now create the collection with same name('new_core' in this case) and change schema value from 'schema.xml' to 'managed-schema'. It should create collection successfully.

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