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Re: New Search Engine?

Darren O. Benham said:
> Baring problems from -admin, I'd suggest running it on master.. but don't
> link it into the web pages...
No, first we check it does the job, then we worry about that.

> Here's two thoughts:
> 1) Do the indices get created incrementally or are the indices get
> recreated each run?
Incremental indices, that's why it does an IMS (If Modified Since) I
think it looks at other header stuff too to see if it has to reindex
the page.

> 2) What are the size of the indices going to be?
Not sure, I'm running it over my on localhost site as we (type|read)
Here is some stats:

It is currently 20 Meg database, that's indexing about 50 Meg of website,
bit hard to say as it found my /doc/ directory.

Their website says:
  What is the maximum size of server(s) UdmSearch can run with?

  I don't know. I have 40 indexed servers with about 22000 different 
  documents and 140Mb total size. UdmSearch works fine. Everything is found 
  in 1-2 seconds. The size of database with all indexes is 130 Mb. People 
  report that UdmSearch work fine with 600000 indexed URLs. You can check 
  your SQL server manual for details on maximum database size and how to 
  make it as fast as possible. 

I believe the website without lists or bugs is about 490 MB, assuming
it is a 1:1 usage, we need about 1/2 Gig so we may have a disk 
space problem. (admins?)

  - Craig

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