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I found a short and sweet blog tutorial by Lucene/Solr committer Mark Millar this morning. It shows you how to install Solr as a service on Linux in less than 300 words (and just a few small code snippets). The example uses Ubuntu 11.04.
default, Solr logs to STD ERROR. You likely want to add a log
configuration file to have the most control over how Solr logs – see
http://wiki.apache.org/solr/LoggingInDefaultJettySetup. To be lazy
though (and perhaps safe), let’s make sure STD OUT and STD ERR are
nicely logged for us by runit.
This method just logs STD OUT, so lets first edit our Solr run script to redirect STD ERR to STD OUT
create a new directory called log in the /etc/sv/solr service
directory. Inside this, create another script called run. This script
will start the log service, run it under the user mark, and put the log
files in the log directory we just made (we use . for the current
You can find the full tutorial on Lucid Imagination's blog. Just click through the References box link.
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