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Subject: OutOfMemoryError: allocLargeArray

I got this intermittent stacktrace 3 times in a month from using Lucene with JRockIt. Has anyone ever seen this in Lucene 2.2? java.lang.OutOfMemoryError allocLargeArray at org.apache.lucen

Subject: Re: regarding FieldSelector

Thanks as I saw the documents we can only use this great field selector in IndexReader.document() method the problem is I have a Searcher in my result set structure and when the client calls getStrin

Subject: Re: Java Heap Space -Out Of Memory Error

HI testn 1.I optimize the Large Indexes of size 10 GB using Luke.it optimize all the content into a single CFS file and it generates segments.gen and segments_8 file when i search the i

Subject: Tokenization question

If I have a tokenized unstored field in a document and I want to transfer the document to another index is it possible to carry of the tokenization with terms?

Subject: Re: How to get documents similar to other document ?

Excuse me Could you give more details ? Are you telling me that functionality exists ? Which class should I use for this ? "MoreListThis " is a class name ... it is in a "contrib " (which means

Subject: Re: PowerPoint Extraction

On Wed 12 Sep 2007 Krista Leopold wrote > I realize that I am asking a "just barely Lucene " question but I am > certain someone on this list knows the answer to what I am on a quest > for. I wa

Subject: Re: regarding FieldSelector

Well it depends on what "improve the search process " means in your context <G >.. But I had a case similar to yours that I wrote up in the Wiki where my search times improved about 10X by using lazy

Subject: PowerPoint Extraction

Hello all I realize that I am asking a "just barely Lucene " question but I am certain someone on this list knows the answer to what I am on a quest for. I want to use the HSLF portion of apache 's

Subject: Re: regarding FieldSelector

Hi Grant Really thanks for your nice document about advanced Lucene. it was very useful for me. as I understand we can set some large fields to be lazily loading now my question is when it will be

Subject: Re: regarding FieldSelector

Hi Mohammad The typical use cases are 1. You have several small fields used in a results display and one or two large fields (i.e. the original document) and you don 't want to pay the cost of l

Subject: Re: Some questions on transactions

"Simon Wistow " <simon@(protected) > wrote > I 'm looking at doing a system which is looks something like this - I > have an IndexSearcher open with a on-disk index but all writes go to a > RAM bas

Subject: Some questions on transactions

I 'm looking at doing a system which is looks something like this - I have an IndexSearcher open with a on-disk index but all writes go to a RAM based IndexWriter. Periodically I do 1. Close IndexS

Subject: regarding FieldSelector

Hi all Can anyone explain what is the FieldSelector and the usage or benefits of this structure? I read the javadocs but I can 't get for what goal it is provided in Lucene. Thanks in advance -- R

Subject: Re: Searching Exact Word from Index

Sorry. I was confused Solr and Lucene mailing list. Jae On 9/11/07 Grant Ingersoll <gsingers@(protected) > wrote > > Note this is a Solr construct and does not apply to a custom Lucene > applicatio

Subject: Re: Storing Host and IP Information in Lucene

On 10-Sep-07 at 8 37 PM AnkitSinghal wrote > > But i think the query like host example* will not work in this case > Actually it was typo in my question. I want to search for above > type of > q

Subject: Re: How to get documents similar to other document ?

Excuse me Could you give more details ? Are you telling me that functionality exists ? Which class should I use for this ? I hope not being bothering you. Greetings On 9/11/07 Grant Ingersoll <gsin

Subject: Re: Span queries and complex scoring

Cedric In case your requirements allow this try and use subclass of Spans that has a score() method that returns a value that is used together with the other span info to provide a score value to y

Subject: Re: Searching Exact Word from Index

Note this is a Solr construct and does not apply to a custom Lucene application even if the intent is correct. On Sep 11 2007 at 9 34 AM Jae Joo wrote > Use the string type for the field. > >

Subject: Re: How to get documents similar to other document ?

See the MoreLikeThis functionality in the contrib package also search this archive for MoreLikeThis. On Sep 11 2007 at 11 50 AM Ariel wrote > Hi every body > > My question is if there is an

Subject: Re: Implement a filter to the search results

Thanks Erick. MK On 9/11/07 Erick Erickson <erickerickson@(protected) > wrote > > Well it depends upon how you indexed things <G >.... > > Your previous post was along the right lines as > far as I can

Subject: Re: Implement a filter to the search results

Well it depends upon how you indexed things <G >.... Your previous post was along the right lines as far as I can see though... Erick Assuming that you have On 9/11/07 M. K <kohan.massoud@(protected)

Subject: Re: Implement a filter to the search results

Lucene 1.4.3 ignor the filter words. My question was I have a search form which has an input area for key search and also three optional select boxs *Catagory Department and Year. * How can I imple

Subject: Re: Implement a filter to the search results

What version of Lucene are you using? I don 't think the form b.add(query false false) is current. Be that as it may I 'm not quite sure what you mean by filter. If I 'm reading your intent correctly

Subject: Re: Implement a filter to the search results

I am not sure I understant perfectly. Is this the way you said document.add(Field.*UnStored*( "text " docText)) document.add(Field.*Text*( "category " category)) document.add(Field.*Text*( "depart

Subject: How to get documents similar to other document ?

Hi every body My question is if there is an api function of lucene to obtain similar documents to other document comparing the term frequence vector of a field ??? I supposed a lot of people have as

Questions Lucene

Hi Durga I have moved this discussion to the java-user list since the java-dev list is devoted to development of the Java Lucene library and not to questions about its capabilities. My answers ar

Subject: Span queries and complex scoring

Hi I 'm working on an application which requires a complex scoring (based on semantics analysis). The scoring must be highly configurable and I 've found ways to do that but I 'm facing a discrete b

Subject: Re: Searching Exact Word from Index

Use the string type for the field. <!-- The StrField type is not analyzed but indexed/stored verbatim. - StrField and TextField support an optional compressThreshold which limits c

Subject: SV: SV: OutOfMemoryError tokenizing a boring text file

> Fr?n Chris Hostetter [mailto hossman_lucene@(protected)] > Setting writer.setMaxFieldLength(5000) (default is 10000) > seems to eliminate the risk for an OutOfMemoryError > > that 's because it

Subject: Re: Searching Exact Word from Index

No but you can create your own custom analyzer that does whatever you want it to. Best Erick On 9/11/07 Jawahar Lal <jlal@(protected) > wrote > > Can we made StandardAnalyzer not to cut the word o
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