The repo is under baby stages and in no way production ready; yet it lays the fundamental foundation and aims to be usable in production. You can read about my blog post here.
- Lucene 3.6
- Apache Ant
- Jedis 2.0+
- Clone the repo git clone email@example.com:maxpert/RedisDirectory.git RedisDirectory
- cd RedisDirectory
- ant lib.jar to build jar library under build/jar folder (same directory)
- Supports Solr
- Supports sharding
- Storage level distribution
Make sure you have the RedisDirectory.jar in you class path (Gradle or Ant can help you). To use it just:
// Initlaize ShardedJedisPool according to your settings List<JedisShardInfo> shards = new ArrayList<JedisShardInfo>(); JedisShardInfo si = new JedisShardInfo("localhost", 6379); JedisShardInfo si2 = new JedisShardInfo("localhost", 6389); JedisShardInfo si3 = new JedisShardInfo("localhost", 6399); shards.add(si); shards.add(si2); shards.add(si3); ShardedJedisPool pool = new ShardedJedisPool(new GenericObjectPool.Config(), shards); //Intialize RedisDirectory redisDir = new RedisDirectory("max", pool); Analyzer analyzer = new StandardAnalyzer(Version.LUCENE_36); IndexWriterConfig writerConfig = new IndexWriterConfig(Version.LUCENE_36, analyzer); IndexWriter writer = new IndexWriter(redisDir, writerConfig); //Intialize your document... Document doc = new Document(); doc.add(...); //Add document to index... writer.addDocument(doc); writer.close(); redisDir.close();
File is divided into blocks and stored as HASH in redis in binary format that can be loaded on demand. You can customise the block size by modifying the FILE_BUFFER_SIZE in RedisDirectory. Remember its a 1 time intialization once index is created on a particular size it can't be changed; higher block size causes higher fragmentation. Example:
RedisDirectory.FILE_BUFFER_SIZE = 16 << 10; // Sets 16K block size
Look closely Jedis is doing the complete sharding for us.
Place the RedisDirectory.jar file with jedis.jar and commons-pool.jar at your required place. Then modify the solrconf.xml to use RedisDirectoryFactory
<directoryFactory class="mxp.solr.core.RedisDirectoryFactory"> <str name="shard">localhost:6399</str> <str name="shard">localhost:6379</str> <str name="shard">localhost:6389</str> <int name="fileBufferSize">65536</int> </directoryFactory>
Each name shard points to the redis host string (UNIX sock files yet to come). And you can set custom buffer size in bytes 32K is default (if not mentioned).
Note: Make sure you introduce lib tag to point to the directory containing the RedisDirectory.jar and other jar files
<lib dir="/path/to/your/lib/folder" />
I've just started. Have to:
- Include support for Snappy compression to compress file block.
- Rock solid JUNIT test cases for each class.
- Enable atomic operations on RedisFile, this will allow multiple connections to manipulate single file.
- Redundancy support, maintain multiple copies of a file (or its blocks).
Copyright (c) 2012 Zohaib Sibte Hassan
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