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Dave Campbell dave@cpfc.org
Sun, 28 Jan 2001 00:43:50 -0000
Thanks for the response

>>>>If you don't have to share that server with other users, it should be
okay.

Yeah It's my own server- but I am a little concerned with having a 3 hour
index when I run this via crontab- weekly

>>>>Are you using 3.20beta? Doesn't seem so.

No I'm not- should I?

>>>>Set $MULTIPLE_MATCH_BOOST in conf.pl.

I am using 3.10 so this is not an option- should I upgrade?

TIA

Dave Campbell





> On 2001-01-28 00:50, you wrote:
>
> > 1) My first index consisted of 16,000 files- is this pushing the
> > indexing process to max? (174 mins on a redhat 6.2 256 meg of ram p2
> > 400mhz)
>
> If you don't have to share that server with other users, it should be
okay.
>
> > 2) Is there are significant performance increase in the index processing
> > under MOD_PERL?
>
> Indexing is not affected at all by mod_perl.
>
> > 3) I have a site problem with the search results:
> >
> > OPTION value="all" and OPTION value="any" in the HTML search form
> > returns the same results.
>
> Are you using 3.20beta? Doesn't seem so.
>
> > 'all' and the same number for option 'any'.  Further the search results
> > are weighting multiple instances of single words higher than full
> > strings.  A page with 5 instances of 'Dave' is placed higher than a page
> > with the string 'Dave Campbell' when 'Dave campbell' is searched option
> > all.
>
> Set $MULTIPLE_MATCH_BOOST in conf.pl.
>
> Regards
>  Daniel
>
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