David Smiley updated SOLR-7850:
    Attachment: SOLR_7850_move_bin_solr_in_sh_defaults_into_bin_solr.patch

Here's an updated patch that addresses the Windows side.  I also did a little 
tweaking to make the declaration order a little more consistent between the 
Bash & Windows scripts.  I did a little testing in Windows but I should do more.

[~janhoy] might you take a look please?

> Move user customization out of solr.in.* scripts
> ------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: SOLR-7850
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SOLR-7850
>             Project: Solr
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: scripts and tools
>    Affects Versions: 5.2.1
>            Reporter: Shawn Heisey
>            Priority: Minor
>         Attachments: 
> SOLR_7850_move_bin_solr_in_sh_defaults_into_bin_solr.patch, 
> SOLR_7850_move_bin_solr_in_sh_defaults_into_bin_solr.patch
> I've seen a fair number of users customizing solr.in.* scripts to make 
> changes to their Solr installs.  I think the documentation suggests this, 
> though I haven't confirmed.
> One possible problem with this is that we might make changes in those scripts 
> which such a user would want in their setup, but if they replace the script 
> with the one in the new version, they will lose their customizations.
> I propose instead that we have the startup script look for and utilize a user 
> customization script, in a similar manner to linux init scripts that look for 
> /etc/default/packagename, but are able to function without it.  I'm not 
> entirely sure where the script should live or what it should be called.  One 
> idea is server/etc/userconfig.\{sh,cmd\} ... but I haven't put a lot of 
> thought into it yet.
> If the internal behavior of our scripts is largely replaced by a small java 
> app as detailed in SOLR-7043, then the same thing should apply there -- have 
> a config file for a user to specify settings, but work perfectly if that 
> config file is absent.

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