On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 3:59 PM, Peter Karman <email@example.com> wrote:
> Chad Kellerman wrote on 10/8/09 2:57 PM:
> > On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 3:53 PM, Peter Karman <firstname.lastname@example.org
> > <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> > Chad Kellerman wrote on 10/8/09 2:51 PM:
> > > Thanks for the link, but I added
> > >
> > > MetaNames swishdocpath
> > >
> > > to my config file, ran the reindex job, yet I still don't get the
> > > filename in the search?
> > >
> > > Is there something conflicting in my conf file?
> > I didn't notice anything obvious.
> > How did you search? You must specify the metaname:
> > swish-e -w foo or swishdocpath=foo
> > [user@host11]# swish-e -w swishdocpath=sunckell.txt
> > # SWISH format: 2.4.6
> > # Search words: swishdocpath=sunckell.txt
> > # Removed stopwords:
> > err: no results
> > When I indexed with that config options file here are the results:
> try indexing a single file, with the various -T options on, to see how your
> is indexed.
> I tried:
swish-e -T INDEX_WORDS_FULL | grep sunckell
Meta:1 /safe/Production/sunckell.txt Freq:1 Pos/Struct:1/1
Meta:10 /safe/Production/sunckell.txt Freq:1 Pos/Struct:2/1
Meta:10 /safe/Production/sunckell.txt Freq:1 Pos/Struct:1/1
Meta:10 /safe/Production/sunckell.txt Freq:1 Pos/Struct:3/1
Meta:10 /safe/Production/sunckell.txt Freq:1 Pos/Struct:4/1
Meta:1 /safe/Production/sunckell.txt Freq:1 Pos/Struct:2/1
But now I think it has something to do with the extention?
swish-e -w swishdocpath=sunckell
# SWISH format: 2.4.6
# Search words: swishdocpath=sunckell
# Removed stopwords:
# Number of hits: 1
# Search time: 0.001 seconds
# Run time: 0.020 seconds
1000 /safe/Production/sunckell.txt "sunckell.txt" 12
That got it...
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