Control: severity -1 important Control: owner -1 ! Am 02.01.2018 um 04:32 schrieb J.P. Larocque: > Package: solr-jetty > Version: 3.6.2+dfsg-10 > Severity: normal > > Hi, > > I'm using Solr to provide full-text indexing services for Dovecot, > which uses it to index e-mail bodies. I've only barely scratched the > surface of Java, and know nothing about Java web application > development or deployment. > > I installed Solr on my mail server when it was running Jessie or an > earlier release of Debian. I seem to recall that the setup process at > that point in time was pretty straightforward. Recreating the > scenario on a fresh Jessie system now, I see that all I needed to do > to get Jetty responding with Solr-generated responses was to install > solr-jetty, edit /etc/default/jetty8 to set NO_START=0, and restart > jetty8. > > When I upgraded my mail server to Debian Stretch, Solr stopped > working. Jetty responded with status 404 instead:
[...] Hello, thank you for reporting this issue. It reminds me of Debian bug #856626 in solr-tomcat. It is probably related. I will try to fix this for Stretch as well. I'm also interested in upgrading the whole package to the latest upstream release before we release Buster but don't hold your breath. Regards, Markus
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