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What is the functionality wise difference between solr embedded and standalone mode.please explain in detail

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2016 at 07:16 PM

    Hi Balram,

    1) Embedded mode : This is the default operation mode and is available automatically once the solrfacetsearch extension has been enabled.
    In the embedded mode, the Solr server runs using the same JVM as the hybris server. This means that if, for example, the OutOfMemoryException exception occurs in the hybris server, then the embedded Solr server will also stop working.
    It is not recommended to use the embedded mode in a production environment.
    The Solr server configuration files for embedded mode can be found in the following directory: hybris/config/solr/embedded/.
    The default Solr data home directory is: hybris/data/solrfacetsearch/.
    You can configure the system property solr.data.dir to specify another path for Solr data.

    2) Standalone mode : The standalone Solr server uses its own JVM and is independent of the hybris server.
    If you are using it in production, consider a migration to the standalone mode.
    The server is available under: hybris/bin/ext-commerce/solrfacetsearch/resources/solr/server/.
    You can run the server directly from this path but it is recommended to copy to another directory and run from there.

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 07:03 AM
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    Thanks Sourav

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