[development] Consultancy required for Drupa7 - SOLR search optimization

Αικατερίνη Κατωπόδη biz129 at hotmail.com
Thu May 2 18:31:35 UTC 2013


From: biz129 at hotmail.com
To: development at drupal.org
Date: Thu, 2 May 2013 18:40:55 +0300
Subject: Re: [development] Consultancy required for Drupa7 - SOLR search optimization

Dear Palei, Hi from Greece! My name is Katerina Katapodi, translator-contributor on Drupal.org, nice meeting you! Well, I am willing to help you in this you are writing, Pls send me everything needed for this along with instructions, I'll do it asap, do you need search words, just this, and translation, what language is it?..Pls give me all details, and I'll do Gladly this for You!!, Payment, ok, Thanks, after completion, 

Date: Thu, 2 May 2013 14:32:57 +0530
From: palei.kamal at gmail.com
To: support at drupal.org; development at drupal.org
Subject: [development] Consultancy required for Drupa7 - SOLR search optimization

Dear All
My environment details are as below.

OS - Cent OS 6.3
Drupal - 7.15
Apache SOLR - 3.6.2

It is a job site, and users keep adding their resumes and day by day the resume counts keep incrementing. I have around 3000 users now in my site.

When users upload the resume, I create a node and add the resume as attachment. With this in next cron run, the node is indexed as well as document. I am able to search the document. So far so good.

What I have observed recently, my search time is more. If I am searching with 4 or 5 key words, it is taking around 7 seconds to show the search result (I have only 3000 odd nodes in system with word document attachment). SOLR taking 7 seconds to search 3000 documents , does not sound good.

I strongly believe I am doing something wrong. I need somebody help/assistance in this regard. I am ready to pay the consulting fee as well.  Can somebody help me to reduce the search time.

Best Regards
Bangalore, India 		 	   		  
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