Yeah, what phobos182 said is what I really meant by tracing.
&debugQuery=true in Solr will show more info about where time is spent
in Solr during query execution. Not exactly in which classes, but in
This can then tell if you if it's query itself that is slow or
faceting or highlighting or some custom component you have there, etc.
On Jan 12, 5:51 am, Shay Banon kim...@gmail.com wrote:
How can you do that in Solr?
On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 5:24 AM, phobos182 phobos...@gmail.com wrote:
I ran into this as well. The SlowLog will just show you the query that is
slow, and the exact JSON query. Nothing like in Solr where you can get a
trace of each class, and how much time it has spent in that class.
I would love a feature request for this as it helps debugging immensely.
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