Re: Multi Lingual Full Text Index rebuild consumes lot of memory

From: Shakespeare <>
Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2009 10:59:14 +0100
Message-ID: <498966f1$0$186$> schreef:
> On Jan 31, 7:44 pm, Shakespeare <> wrote:
>> schreef:
>>> Hi All,
>>> We have amultilingualfulltextindexwhere in lexers for specific
>>> languages can be added any time depenedin upon the reuirement.
>>> So whenever there is a new lexer added we add the new lexer to the
>>> multilexer and rebuild theindex.
>>> During rebuilding theindex, oracle is consuming lot of memory. I
>>> already tried using memory parameter but not of much use.
>>> Any Suggestions or comments Please.
>> Be glad Oracle consumes a lot of memory! Would be worse if you stuffed
>> your server with memory and no process used it.....
>> So what is the actual problem? How many times do you have to add a lexer?
>> Shakespeare

> Whenever we add a new language to the application we use there will be
> documents created in that to handle search in other
> languages we rebuild the index after adding a lexer for that
> language..
> When we add the lexer and while rebuilding the index it consumes
> time...ofcourse there would be around 2500 documents to be indexed...

So the question transformed to: How many times do you add a new language?

Shakespeare Received on Wed Feb 04 2009 - 03:59:14 CST

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