Thank you, at the current Nutch documentation for Nutch 14 which is build against Solr 6.6.x, it states to delete the "managed-schema.xml" and provide the Nutch specific schema.xml and THEN create the core.
This works, it creates the core with all nutch specific fields, but solr then automatically reverts to the managed-schema.. which also works. This is all part of a quick-start tutorial... My idea was, in order to avoid confusion, which has been arising when people start to modify schema.xml,... is to set Solr back into "schema-mode" by having the user issue a command like SED or AWK in order to add the corresponding command line into solrconfig.xml before creating the core along with a friendly reminder that this is just a "quick-start" and to study the solr documentation for a more complex set-up. Any thoughts and suggestions are greatly apreciated! RRK On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 5:51 PM, Shawn Heisey <elyog...@elyograg.org> wrote: > On 2/23/2018 6:23 AM, BlackIce wrote: > >> I'm reworking some documentation for the Nutch project, and for the sake >> of >> correctness and completness could someone tell me at which version did >> Solr >> switch over to the "managed-Schema" by default? >> > > It was version 5.5. > > In the versions before that, the primary example configset had been > running managed-schema for a number of minor versions. It was explicitly > stated in the configuration. > > In the latest version, all example configsets are managed-schema, but the > techproducts example does NOT have the update processor that automatically > adds unknown fields. > > Thanks, > Shawn > >