I just did a test. I merged indexes that had each indexed completely
different content. The search results list is exactly as if I had
indexed the content with one original index.
So, I think what I am hearing is that if index1 and index2 index the
same document, the title used in the results list will always be the
title from the first index. That works for us, if that is the case.
Time for another experiment.
I'm curious to time
- time to index 10000 documents into one index
- time to index 5000 docs into one index PLUS time to merge two of these
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Sent: Friday, February 18, 2000 11:08
Subject: FW: [SWISH-E] RE: http method v. file system method Performance
On Fri, 18 Feb 2000 07:28:34 -0800 (PST), email@example.com
> Yes, I meant the html title. It only means that the title in index2 is not
> included in the new index. All keywords in index2 are used though.
Is this problem only for existing files that have been updated with a
new title, or are the titles of new documents not added either?
Received on Fri Feb 18 14:41:41 2000