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Search Engine Configuration

Table of Contents

Configuring a Search Engine Node

Configuring Java Virtual Memory for a Search Engine Node

Select Data to Content Index

Filters

Content Index Fallen Behind Alert

Disable Content Indexing

Optimize the Search Index

Backup the Search Index

Change the Location of the Search Index

Delete a Search Engine Cloud

Securing Access to the Search Engine and Content Indexing Data

Search Engine Node in Search Only Mode

Move a Search Engine Index to a Virtual Machine

Searching Across Multiple Search Engine Clouds

Configuring Preview Settings for Search Engines

Configuring Exact Keyword Matching on Search Engines

Configuring a Search Engine Node

You can configure the parameters for content indexing. For example, you can configure the amount of time to try to content index a document.

Procedure

  1. From the CommCell Browser, go to Storage Resources > Search Engines > Search_Engine.
  2. Right-click the Search_Engine_node, and then click Properties.

    The Search Engine Node Properties dialog box appears.

  3. On the Server Config tab, configure the parameters: 

    Fields

    Description

    Default Value

    Minimum Value

    Maximum Value

    Document Processing Timeout(s)

    The maximum time to try to content index a document. If the document is not content indexed in the specified time, the document fails to be content indexed. Only meta data is content indexed for failed documents.

    300 sec

    10 sec

    600 sec

    Sequentially process files greater than (MB)

    If a file size specified in the parameter is encountered for content indexing, then all the parallel content indexing stops until the document with the specified size is content indexed. A queue of documents is formed and documents are processed in first in/first out order.

    50 MB

    10 MB

    50 MB

    View Image Preview for PPT

    The preview of PPT in search result is in HTML format as an image-based preview. Selecting or clearing the check box requires the data to be re-indexed for changes to take effect.

    Selected

    NA

    NA

    Generate Thumbnail Image for Mobile Apps

    Generate thumbnails for photos. Only new jobs will process this option.

    Selected

    NA 

    NA 

  4. Click OK.

Configuring Java Virtual Memory for a Search Engine Node

You can configure the JVM (Java Virtual Memory) used by the Search Engine node. By default, 50% of the physical memory is allocated to JVM.

Procedure

  1. From the CommCell Browser, go to Storage Resources > Search Engines > Search_Engine.
  2. Right-click the Search_Engine_node, and then click Properties.

    The Search Engine Node Properties dialog box appears.

  3. On the JVM Settings tab, configure the minimum and maximum memory: 

    Fields

    Description

    Default Value

    Minimum Value

    Maximum Value

    Java Min Memory (MB)

    The minimum memory allocated to JVM.

    512 MB

    128 MB

    24576 MB

    Java Max Memory (MB)

    The maximum memory allocated to JVM.

    Note: The value for Java Max Memory cannot exceed the maximum amount of free memory on the system.

    2048 MB

    128 MB

    24576 MB

  4. Click OK.

Last modified: 10/1/2018 6:18:16 PM