Installation of Solr on FreeBSD in combination with jetty. I you have tomcat running I suggest you move to jetty. I assume you have already a running java environment (openjdk) running.
cd /usr/ports/www/jetty/ make install make clean echo jetty_enable="YES" >> /etc/rc.conf cp /usr/local/jetty/etc/jetty.xml /usr/local/etc/jetty.xml echo "# Do not truncate command line arguments in ps(1) listing" >> /etc/sysctl.conf echo kern.ps_arg_cache_limit=10000 >> /etc/sysctl.conf /etc/rc.d/sysctl restart
and solr with:
cd /usr/ports/textproc/apache-solr make install make clean
Configure solr, I use only one database, but you can use as many as you want.
mkdir /usr/local/solr cd !$ cp /usr/local/share/examples/apache-solr/solr/solr.xml . chmod 664 solr.xml chown -R www:www .
Edit solr.xml to have the following content:
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This is an example of a simple "solr.xml" file for configuring one or more Solr Cores, as well as allowing Cores to be added, removed, and reloaded via HTTP requests. More information about options available in this configuration file, and Solr Core administration can be found online: http://wiki.apache.org/solr/CoreAdmin
All (relative) paths are relative to the installation path persistent: Save changes made via the API to this file sharedLib: path to a lib directory that will be shared across all cores
–> <solr persistent=„false“>
<!-- adminPath: RequestHandler path to manage cores. If 'null' (or absent), cores will not be manageable via request handler --> <cores adminPath="/admin/cores" sharedLib="lib"> <core name="drupal" instanceDir="drupal" /> </cores>
Next step is to create the folders and copy config files for all cores you have added:
mkdir -p drupal/conf cd !$ cp -r /usr/local/share/examples/apache-solr/solr/conf/* ./ cd - chown -R www:www *
Now we configure jetty to use Solr:
cd /usr/local/jetty/webapps/ ln -s /usr/local/share/java/classes/apache-solr-3.6.0.war solr.war cd /usr/local/jetty ln -s /usr/local/solr service jetty restart
You should now get a Solr page by going to http://localhost:8080/solr/drupal/admin/.