Importing existing Lucene index


(Michael Sokolov) #1

I wonder if there is a straightforward way to import an existing Lucene
index? Would I need to re-index all the documents, or could I simply
point ElasticSearch at an existing index and start querying and loading
new documents?

-Mike

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(David Pilato) #2

You have to reindex.

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Le 9 mars 2014 à 12:55, Michael Sokolov msokolov@gmail.com a écrit :

I wonder if there is a straightforward way to import an existing Lucene
index? Would I need to re-index all the documents, or could I simply
point ElasticSearch at an existing index and start querying and loading
new documents?

-Mike

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