Solr Customization

amazee.io offers the following Solr versions, and provides a default configuration from the search_api_solr module module for each.

Version Schema
3.6.2 drupal-4.3-solr-3.x.
5.5.3 drupal-4.4-solr-5.x
6.3.0 drupal-5.2-solr-6.x

If it is desired to customize your Solr configuration, use the following steps as a guide to making these modifications in our local development environment. After it is exhibited that they work correctly in Docker, we can then add the changes to your amazee.io hosted sites.

Solr 3

  • If already running, shut down the site's drupal container. WARNING: this will delete your site's container, but that is necessary for these changes, save a copy of your database first if it is important to you

    docker-compose down

  • Create an amazeeio directory with a solr subdirectory, in the same level of your repo as the docker-compose.yml file.

  • Copy the example config files from the search_api_solr module into the amazeeio/solr directory.

  • Ensure that your docker-compose.yml file has one of our Solr capable images set as the image. See our example files

  • In the volumes: section of the docker-compose.yml file, add the entry which will connect your custom config to solr in the container

    - ./amazeeio/solr:/etc/solr/conf/drupal/conf

  • Start the drupal docker container

    docker-compose up -d

Solr 5/6

  • If already running, shut down the site's drupal container. WARNING: this will delete your site's container, but that is necessary for these changes, save a copy of your database first if it is important to you.

    docker-compose down

  • Create an amazeeio directory with a solr subdirectory, in the same level of your repo as the docker-compose.yml file.

  • Copy the appropriate conf directory from our docker-solr repo into the amazeeio/solr directory. Hint: make sure the path to schema.xml is amazeeio/solr/conf/schema.xml.

  • Ensure that your docker-compose.yml file is one which includes the correct solr service you would like to run. See our example files

  • Under the solr service definition, add a volume entry like

    volumes:
      - ./amazeeio/solr:/solr-conf
  • Start the containers with docker-compose up -d

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