Why do you want to avoid this? Having the index in RAM (either the JVM or OS)
is essential to fast querying. Perhaps you're being mislead by the
consumption of the OS memory? See Uwe's excellent article here:



On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 1:45 AM, dinesh naik <dineshkumarn...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> i have a linux box with 48GB RAM .
> In this box i have solr and jdk installed. i have few other folders as
> well.
> [solruser@server1 ~]$ du -sh *
> 4.0K    clusterstate.json
> 1.5M    Conf
> 15G     jdk1.8.0_25
> 151M    jdk_old
> 262M    jvm_1.7
> 538M    scripts
> 11G     solrhome
> My actual index size is 9GB (inside solr installation directory solrhome)
> .In solr admin UI the physical memory shows 32GB.
> It seems all the folders are sitting in RAM . Kindly suggest how can i
> avoid this?
> --
> Best Regards,
> Dinesh Naik

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