File names


(Dennis) #1

I have a directory that gets created in my codebase called indexes, and
below that is a name that is related to an entity that I am storing in the
index . . . I think.

anyway, hunting down what this is, and could NOT find the name of the
directory, filenames, or extenstions that ES uses!

So, I've got names like:
_0.fdt _0.fnm _0.nrm _0.tii _1.fdt _1.fnm _1.nrm _1.tii _2.fdt
_2.fnm _2.nrm _2.tii _3.fdt _3.fnm _3.nrm _3.tii segments_5
_0.fdx _0.frq _0.prx _0.tis _1.fdx _1.frq _1.prx _1.tis _2.fdx
_2.frq _2.prx _2.tis _3.fdx _3.frq _3.prx _3.tis segments.gen

Any of this related to ES?


(Dennis) #2

Actually, I found the answer by grepping where the object name under
listing was in my files.

Turns out that our source control needs some work. I had deleted
Hibernate's search from the files, and one of my coders put it back.

Just for everyone else's education, since all open source search engines
are using lucene indexes and functionality, they will ALL have those file
types. The big clue was searching online for 'segments.gen' filename.

And the grepping :slight_smile:

On Thursday, May 24, 2012 9:02:14 PM UTC-5, Dennis wrote:

I have a directory that gets created in my codebase called indexes, and
below that is a name that is related to an entity that I am storing in the
index . . . I think.

anyway, hunting down what this is, and could NOT find the name of the
directory, filenames, or extenstions that ES uses!

So, I've got names like:
_0.fdt _0.fnm _0.nrm _0.tii _1.fdt _1.fnm _1.nrm _1.tii _2.fdt
_2.fnm _2.nrm _2.tii _3.fdt _3.fnm _3.nrm _3.tii segments_5
_0.fdx _0.frq _0.prx _0.tis _1.fdx _1.frq _1.prx _1.tis _2.fdx
_2.frq _2.prx _2.tis _3.fdx _3.frq _3.prx _3.tis segments.gen

Any of this related to ES?


(system) #3