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Cut off Acquia Search and use our own settings?

Posted on 2013-11-26
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I've got a site using Acquia Solr Search, but the subscription runs out.


What's steps can I take to keep the user experience?

How to download and enable Solr Search on Linux, and keep the Drupal settings already in place?
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sivagnanam chandrakanth earned 500 total points
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Follow the below link to install and configure SOLR in your linux server.

http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2013/04/install-apache-solr-tomcat/

Then install solr module in drupal https://drupal.org/project/apachesolr

You need to do configurations on APACHE Solr end and in drupal end. Since you have control over your DB you wont lose Drupal settings but you may need to the SOLR configurations backup from Aquia. Otherwise you need to do the from scratch on SOLR xml files
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I was able to retain most of the settings already in place on the Drupal side.
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