[Perlfect-search] Is it possible to have multiple copies of perlfect on the same site?
Thu, 12 Oct 2000 20:32:18 -0400
Does anyone know how to add the patches to a copy of the search without
using Unix? I'm on NT but would like to add the multi-boost.diff, but don't
know how to "patch" it. I searched ActiveState's website and can't seem to
find a patch program.... Anybody?
----- Original Message -----
From: "giorgos" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2000 8:48 PM
Subject: Re: [Perlfect-search] Is it possible to have multiple copies of
perlfect on the same site?
> What Daniel has described below is absolutely correct. The problem with
> compiling one big index for every virtual host would be that the results
> of searches would be completely meaningless, unless of course the sites
> that you have indexed are actually related.... So the easiest and most
> effective solution is to have a separate installation of Perlfect Search
> for every different virtual host.
> Daniel Naber wrote:
> > On Thursday 12 October 2000 19:13, you wrote:
> > > and I'd like to separate the search. This may also help those on
> > > virtual servers who are getting their indexer.pl shut down by their
> > > hosts since it can break up indexing process into smaller chunks.
> > That's the same as just installing several copies of the script, it
> > memory usage but you loose the good ranking. If you need ranking (and
> > do, everything else would make full text search unusable) you just have
> > keep many things in memory, there's no way around that AFAIK (perhaps
> > Giorgos has an idea?). You could of course save every piece of
> > to disk, but this makes indexing slow (i.e. very, very, very slow).
> > So the right way to address the problem is IMHO to have one big index
> > possibly only search in subsets of this (and that's what's currently not
> > supported but could be added.)
> > Regards
> > Daniel
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