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Re: Search result anomaly

From: Peter Karman <peter(at)>
Date: Tue Sep 19 2006 - 21:26:20 GMT
Deane Barker scribbled on 9/19/06 4:13 PM:
> I have an anomaly in my search index. I've indexed a collection of 1,400
> text files.
> I grepped these files for the word "cambodian," and there are 28 files with
> containing that word.
> I dumped the index with "-T INDEX_ALL" and looked through the contents.
> Under the word "cambodian," there are 28 files listed.  (These hits are
> often in the "keywords" meta tag.)
> So, those match.
> However, when I search, I hits.  My search string is this:
> swish-e -w cambodian -f [MyIndexFile]
> Would this have something to do with the text being in the keywords meta?  I
> referenced "keywords" under MetaNames in the indexing configuration, and the
> index dump file indicates it's been indexed all over the place.
> Any thoughts on where to start here?  Everything looks fine to me...except
> the actual search results, which are kind of important.

which MetaName is the word indexed under? If not swishdefault, you'd need to 
specify the MetaName in your query.

This has been covered a lot lately here on the list. Search the archives for 
'multiple metanames'

Peter Karman  .  .  peter(at)
Received on Tue Sep 19 14:26:20 2006