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Bug when searching multiply indexes

From: Krzysztof Rudnik <K.Rudnik(at)not-real.rzeczpospolita.pl>
Date: Mon Sep 17 2001 - 11:55:07 GMT
Hi, 

It seems that swish-e (2.1-dev-22 series) has a bug which appears in the 
following situation:

swish-e -f index1 index2 index3    -w some_meta=(word) -b1 -m 10
swish-e -f index1 index2 index3    -w some_meta=(word) -b11 -m 10
swish-e -f index1 index2 index3    -w some_meta=(word) -b21 -m 10

If a "word" does not exist in the first index in the list (i.e index1) 
and does exist in second second (index2)
then  -b switch does not work .
Each of the above  three commands give the same list 
of results (the first 10 from index2). Next results from index2 and all from 
index3 are not accesible.

Does anybody have any sugestions?
-- 

Krzysztof Rudnik
Rzeczpospolita OnLine
Received on Mon Sep 17 11:55:43 2001