Welcome to the Apache Solr project!
Solr is the popular, blazing fast open source search platform for all your enterprise, e-commerce, and analytics needs, built on Apache Lucene.
For a complete description of the Solr project, team composition, source code repositories, and other details, please see the Solr web site at https://solr.apache.org/solr
Downloads for Apache Solr distributions are available at https://solr.apache.org/downloads.html.
The Reference Guide contains an entire Deployment Guide to walk you through installing Solr.
Running Solr in Docker
Running Solr on Kubernetes
Solr has official support for running on Kubernetes, in the official Docker image. Please refer to the Solr Operator home for details, tutorials and instructions.
How to Use
Solr includes a few examples to help you get started. To run a specific example, enter:
bin/solr start -e <EXAMPLE> where <EXAMPLE> is one of: cloud: SolrCloud example techproducts: Comprehensive example illustrating many of Solr's core capabilities schemaless: Schema-less example (schema is inferred from data during indexing) films: Example of starting with _default configset and adding explicit fields dynamically
For instance, if you want to run the techproducts example, enter:
bin/solr start -e techproducts
For a more in-depth introduction, please check out the tutorials in the Solr Reference Guide.
- Users Mailing List
- Slack: Solr Community Channel. Sign up at https://s.apache.org/solr-slack
Please review the Contributing to Solr Guide for information on contributing.
To get involved in the developer community:
- Mailing Lists
the-asforganization. Sign up at https://the-asf.slack.com/messages/CE70MDPMF
- Issue Tracker (JIRA)
Learn more about developing Solr by reading through the developer docs in ./dev-docs source tree.