On Fri, 19 Jun 1998, Michael Ingvarsson wrote:
> The degree project consisted in creating a search engine that keeps the
> information, swish-e 1.1 indices, in memory all the time to speed up the
> search by several orders of magnitude!
Uhm...it's the indexing that takes all the time, not the
searching. SWISH-E is plenty fast enough for searching. Or is
there something I'm missing about why you're doing what you're
P.S. FYI: SWISH++, by virtue of mmap(2), effectively does load
the entire index into memory increasing the speed of results,
but it's mostly because I'm lazy and doing the code that way is
easier than parsing the index file.
Received on Fri Jun 19 09:48:01 1998