2 dahan111 dahan111 于 2014.06.27 17:32 提问

corseek 中文检索时搜不出结果 搜英文单词正常

[root@abc testpack]# /usr/local/coreseek/bin/indexer -c etc/sphinx.conf --all Coreseek Fulltext 4.1 [ Sphinx 2.0.2-dev (r2922)]
Copyright (c) 2007-2011,
Beijing Choice Software Technologies Inc (http://www.coreseek.com)

using config file 'etc/sphinx.conf'...
indexing index 'test1'...
WARNING: Attribute count is 0: switching to none docinfo
collected 5 docs, 0.0 MB
sorted 0.0 Mhits, 100.0% done
total 5 docs, 186 bytes
total 0.064 sec, 2870 bytes/sec, 77.16 docs/sec
total 2 reads, 0.000 sec, 0.0 kb/call avg, 0.0 msec/call avg
total 6 writes, 0.000 sec, 0.0 kb/call avg, 0.0 msec/call avg
检索中文 不出结果
[root@abc testpack]# /usr/local/coreseek/bin/search -c etc/sphinx.conf '水火不容'
Coreseek Fulltext 4.1 [ Sphinx 2.0.2-dev (r2922)]
Copyright (c) 2007-2011,
Beijing Choice Software Technologies Inc (http://www.coreseek.com)

using config file 'etc/sphinx.conf'...
index 'test1': query '水火不容 ': returned 0 matches of 0 total in 0.000 sec

words:
1. '水火': 0 documents, 0 hits
2. '不容': 0 documents, 0 hits

检索英文就能出结果
[root@abc testpack]# /usr/local/coreseek/bin/search -c etc/sphinx.conf 'apple'
Coreseek Fulltext 4.1 [ Sphinx 2.0.2-dev (r2922)]
Copyright (c) 2007-2011,
Beijing Choice Software Technologies Inc (http://www.coreseek.com)

using config file 'etc/sphinx.conf'...
index 'test1': query 'apple ': returned 1 matches of 1 total in 0.001 sec

displaying matches:
1. document=5, weight=2780
id=5
title=apple
content=apple,banana

words:
1. 'apple': 1 documents, 2 hits

这个是数据库
mysql> select * from tt;
+----+--------------+-----------------+
| id | title | content |
+----+--------------+-----------------+
| 1 | 西水 | 水水 |
| 2 | 水火不容 | 水火不容 |
| 3 | 水啊啊 | 啊水货 |
| 4 | 东南西水 | 啊西西哈哈 |
| 5 | apple | apple,banana |
+----+--------------+-----------------+
5 rows in set (0.00 sec)

下面是配置那个文件
#

Sphinx configuration file sample

#

WARNING! While this sample file mentions all available options,

it contains (very) short helper descriptions only. Please refer to

doc/sphinx.html for details.

#

#############################################################################

data source definition

#############################################################################

source src1
{
# data source type. mandatory, no default value
# known types are mysql, pgsql, mssql, xmlpipe, xmlpipe2, odbc
type = mysql

#####################################################################
## SQL settings (for 'mysql' and 'pgsql' types)
#####################################################################

# some straightforward parameters for SQL source types
sql_host        = localhost
sql_user        = root
sql_pass        = 123456
sql_db          = haha
sql_port        = 3306  # optional, default is 3306

# UNIX socket name
# optional, default is empty (reuse client library defaults)
# usually '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock' on Linux
# usually '/tmp/mysql.sock' on FreeBSD
#
 sql_sock       = /var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock


# MySQL specific client connection flags
# optional, default is 0
#
# mysql_connect_flags   = 32 # enable compression

# MySQL specific SSL certificate settings
# optional, defaults are empty
#
# mysql_ssl_cert        = /etc/ssl/client-cert.pem
# mysql_ssl_key     = /etc/ssl/client-key.pem
# mysql_ssl_ca      = /etc/ssl/cacert.pem

# MS SQL specific Windows authentication mode flag
# MUST be in sync with charset_type index-level setting
# optional, default is 0
#
# mssql_winauth     = 1 # use currently logged on user credentials


# MS SQL specific Unicode indexing flag
# optional, default is 0 (request SBCS data)
#
# mssql_unicode     = 1 # request Unicode data from server


# ODBC specific DSN (data source name)
# mandatory for odbc source type, no default value
#
# odbc_dsn      = DBQ=C:\data;DefaultDir=C:\data;Driver={Microsoft Text Driver (*.txt; *.csv)};
# sql_query     = SELECT id, data FROM documents.csv


# ODBC and MS SQL specific, per-column buffer sizes
# optional, default is auto-detect
#
# sql_column_buffers    = content=12M, comments=1M


# pre-query, executed before the main fetch query
# multi-value, optional, default is empty list of queries
#
 sql_query_pre      = SET NAMES utf8
 sql_query_pre      = SET SESSION query_cache_type=OFF


# main document fetch query
# mandatory, integer document ID field MUST be the first selected column
sql_query       = \
    SELECT id, title, content FROM tt


# joined/payload field fetch query
# joined fields let you avoid (slow) JOIN and GROUP_CONCAT
# payload fields let you attach custom per-keyword values (eg. for ranking)
#
# syntax is FIELD-NAME 'from'  ( 'query' | 'payload-query' ); QUERY
# joined field QUERY should return 2 columns (docid, text)
# payload field QUERY should return 3 columns (docid, keyword, weight)
#
# REQUIRES that query results are in ascending document ID order!
# multi-value, optional, default is empty list of queries
#
# sql_joined_field  = tags from query; SELECT docid, CONCAT('tag',tagid) FROM tags ORDER BY docid ASC
# sql_joined_field  = wtags from payload-query; SELECT docid, tag, tagweight FROM tags ORDER BY docid ASC


# file based field declaration
#
# content of this field is treated as a file name
# and the file gets loaded and indexed in place of a field
#
# max file size is limited by max_file_field_buffer indexer setting
# file IO errors are non-fatal and get reported as warnings
#
# sql_file_field        = content_file_path
    # sql_query_info        = SELECT * FROM tt  WHERE id=$id

# range query setup, query that must return min and max ID values
# optional, default is empty
#
# sql_query will need to reference $start and $end boundaries
# if using ranged query:
#
# sql_query     = \
#   SELECT doc.id, doc.id AS group, doc.title, doc.data \
#   FROM documents doc \
#   WHERE id>=$start AND id<=$end
#
# sql_query_range       = SELECT MIN(id),MAX(id) FROM documents


# range query step
# optional, default is 1024
#
# sql_range_step        = 1000


# unsigned integer attribute declaration
# multi-value (an arbitrary number of attributes is allowed), optional
# optional bit size can be specified, default is 32
#
# sql_attr_uint     = author_id
# sql_attr_uint     = forum_id:9 # 9 bits for forum_id
#sql_attr_uint      = group_id

# boolean attribute declaration
# multi-value (an arbitrary number of attributes is allowed), optional
# equivalent to sql_attr_uint with 1-bit size
#
# sql_attr_bool     = is_deleted


# bigint attribute declaration
# multi-value (an arbitrary number of attributes is allowed), optional
# declares a signed (unlike uint!) 64-bit attribute
#
# sql_attr_bigint       = my_bigint_id


# UNIX timestamp attribute declaration
# multi-value (an arbitrary number of attributes is allowed), optional
# similar to integer, but can also be used in date functions
#
# sql_attr_timestamp    = posted_ts
# sql_attr_timestamp    = last_edited_ts
#sql_attr_timestamp = date_added

# string ordinal attribute declaration
# multi-value (an arbitrary number of attributes is allowed), optional
# sorts strings (bytewise), and stores their indexes in the sorted list
# sorting by this attr is equivalent to sorting by the original strings
#
# sql_attr_str2ordinal  = author_name


# floating point attribute declaration
# multi-value (an arbitrary number of attributes is allowed), optional
# values are stored in single precision, 32-bit IEEE 754 format
#
# sql_attr_float        = lat_radians
# sql_attr_float        = long_radians


# multi-valued attribute (MVA) attribute declaration
# multi-value (an arbitrary number of attributes is allowed), optional
# MVA values are variable length lists of unsigned 32-bit integers
#
# syntax is ATTR-TYPE ATTR-NAME 'from' SOURCE-TYPE [;QUERY] [;RANGE-QUERY]
# ATTR-TYPE is 'uint' or 'timestamp'
# SOURCE-TYPE is 'field', 'query', or 'ranged-query'
# QUERY is SQL query used to fetch all ( docid, attrvalue ) pairs
# RANGE-QUERY is SQL query used to fetch min and max ID values, similar to 'sql_query_range'
#
# sql_attr_multi        = uint tag from query; SELECT docid, tagid FROM tags
# sql_attr_multi        = uint tag from ranged-query; \
#   SELECT docid, tagid FROM tags WHERE id>=$start AND id<=$end; \
#   SELECT MIN(docid), MAX(docid) FROM tags


# string attribute declaration
# multi-value (an arbitrary number of these is allowed), optional
# lets you store and retrieve strings
#
# sql_attr_string       = stitle


# wordcount attribute declaration
# multi-value (an arbitrary number of these is allowed), optional
# lets you count the words at indexing time
#
# sql_attr_str2wordcount    = stitle


# combined field plus attribute declaration (from a single column)
# stores column as an attribute, but also indexes it as a full-text field
#
# sql_field_string  = author
# sql_field_str2wordcount   = title


# post-query, executed on sql_query completion
# optional, default is empty
#
# sql_query_post        =


# post-index-query, executed on successful indexing completion
# optional, default is empty
# $maxid expands to max document ID actually fetched from DB
#
# sql_query_post_index  = REPLACE INTO counters ( id, val ) \
#   VALUES ( 'max_indexed_id', $maxid )


# ranged query throttling, in milliseconds
# optional, default is 0 which means no delay
# enforces given delay before each query step
sql_ranged_throttle = 0

# document info query, ONLY for CLI search (ie. testing and debugging)
# optional, default is empty
# must contain $id macro and must fetch the document by that id
sql_query_info      = SELECT * FROM tt WHERE id=$id

# kill-list query, fetches the document IDs for kill-list
# k-list will suppress matches from preceding indexes in the same query
# optional, default is empty
#
# sql_query_killlist    = SELECT id FROM documents WHERE edited>=@last_reindex


# columns to unpack on indexer side when indexing
# multi-value, optional, default is empty list
#
# unpack_zlib       = zlib_column
# unpack_mysqlcompress  = compressed_column
# unpack_mysqlcompress  = compressed_column_2


# maximum unpacked length allowed in MySQL COMPRESS() unpacker
# optional, default is 16M
#
# unpack_mysqlcompress_maxsize  = 16M


#####################################################################
## xmlpipe2 settings
#####################################################################

# type          = xmlpipe

# shell command to invoke xmlpipe stream producer
# mandatory
#
# xmlpipe_command       = cat /usr/local/coreseek/var/test.xml

# xmlpipe2 field declaration
# multi-value, optional, default is empty
#
# xmlpipe_field     = subject
# xmlpipe_field     = content


# xmlpipe2 attribute declaration
# multi-value, optional, default is empty
# all xmlpipe_attr_XXX options are fully similar to sql_attr_XXX
#
# xmlpipe_attr_timestamp    = published
# xmlpipe_attr_uint = author_id


# perform UTF-8 validation, and filter out incorrect codes
# avoids XML parser choking on non-UTF-8 documents
# optional, default is 0
#
# xmlpipe_fixup_utf8    = 1

}

inherited source example

#

all the parameters are copied from the parent source,

and may then be overridden in this source definition

source src1throttled : src1
{
sql_ranged_throttle = 100
}

#############################################################################

index definition

#############################################################################

local index example

#

this is an index which is stored locally in the filesystem

#

all indexing-time options (such as morphology and charsets)

are configured per local index

index test1
{
# index type
# optional, default is 'plain'
# known values are 'plain', 'distributed', and 'rt' (see samples below)
# type = plain

# document source(s) to index
# multi-value, mandatory
# document IDs must be globally unique across all sources
source          = src1

# index files path and file name, without extension
# mandatory, path must be writable, extensions will be auto-appended
#path           = /usr/local/coreseek/var/data/test1

# document attribute values (docinfo) storage mode
# optional, default is 'extern'
# known values are 'none', 'extern' and 'inline'
docinfo         = extern

# memory locking for cached data (.spa and .spi), to prevent swapping
# optional, default is 0 (do not mlock)
# requires searchd to be run from root
mlock           = 0

# a list of morphology preprocessors to apply
# optional, default is empty
#
# builtin preprocessors are 'none', 'stem_en', 'stem_ru', 'stem_enru',
# 'soundex', and 'metaphone'; additional preprocessors available from
# libstemmer are 'libstemmer_XXX', where XXX is algorithm code
# (see libstemmer_c/libstemmer/modules.txt)
#
# morphology        = stem_en, stem_ru, soundex
# morphology        = libstemmer_german
# morphology        = libstemmer_sv
morphology      = none

# minimum word length at which to enable stemming
# optional, default is 1 (stem everything)
#
# min_stemming_len  = 1

path = /root/rearch_dir
# stopword files list (space separated)
# optional, default is empty
# contents are plain text, charset_table and stemming are both applied
#
# stopwords = /usr/local/coreseek/var/data/stopwords.txt

# wordforms file, in "mapfrom > mapto" plain text format
# optional, default is empty
#
# wordforms     = /usr/local/coreseek/var/data/wordforms.txt


# tokenizing exceptions file
# optional, default is empty
#
# plain text, case sensitive, space insensitive in map-from part
# one "Map Several Words => ToASingleOne" entry per line
#
# exceptions        = /usr/local/coreseek/var/data/exceptions.txt


# minimum indexed word length
# default is 1 (index everything)
min_word_len        = 1

# charset encoding type
# optional, default is 'sbcs'
# known types are 'sbcs' (Single Byte CharSet) and 'utf-8'
charset_type        = zh_cn.utf-8
    charset_dictpath        = /usr/local/mmseg3/etc/
# charset definition and case folding rules "table"
# optional, default value depends on charset_type
#
# defaults are configured to include English and Russian characters only
# you need to change the table to include additional ones
# this behavior MAY change in future versions
#
# 'sbcs' default value is
# charset_table     = 0..9, A..Z->a..z, _, a..z, U+A8->U+B8, U+B8, U+C0..U+DF->U+E0..U+FF, U+E0..U+FF
#
# 'utf-8' default value is
#charset_table      = 0..9, A..Z->a..z, _, a..z, U+410..U+42F->U+430..U+44F, U+430..U+44F


# ignored characters list
# optional, default value is empty
#
# ignore_chars      = U+00AD


# minimum word prefix length to index
# optional, default is 0 (do not index prefixes)
#
# min_prefix_len        = 0


# minimum word infix length to index
# optional, default is 0 (do not index infixes)
#
# min_infix_len     = 0


# list of fields to limit prefix/infix indexing to
# optional, default value is empty (index all fields in prefix/infix mode)
#
# prefix_fields     = filename
# infix_fields      = url, domain


# enable star-syntax (wildcards) when searching prefix/infix indexes
# search-time only, does not affect indexing, can be 0 or 1
# optional, default is 0 (do not use wildcard syntax)
#
# enable_star       = 1


# expand keywords with exact forms and/or stars when searching fit indexes
# search-time only, does not affect indexing, can be 0 or 1
# optional, default is 0 (do not expand keywords)
#
# expand_keywords       = 1


# n-gram length to index, for CJK indexing
# only supports 0 and 1 for now, other lengths to be implemented
# optional, default is 0 (disable n-grams)
#
 ngram_len      = 0


# n-gram characters list, for CJK indexing
# optional, default is empty
#
# ngram_chars       = U+3000..U+2FA1F


# phrase boundary characters list
# optional, default is empty
#
# phrase_boundary       = ., ?, !, U+2026 # horizontal ellipsis


# phrase boundary word position increment
# optional, default is 0
#
# phrase_boundary_step  = 100


# blended characters list
# blended chars are indexed both as separators and valid characters
# for instance, AT&T will results in 3 tokens ("at", "t", and "at&t")
# optional, default is empty
#
# blend_chars       = +, &, U+23


# blended token indexing mode
# a comma separated list of blended token indexing variants
# known variants are trim_none, trim_head, trim_tail, trim_both, skip_pure
# optional, default is trim_none
#
# blend_mode        = trim_tail, skip_pure


# whether to strip HTML tags from incoming documents
# known values are 0 (do not strip) and 1 (do strip)
# optional, default is 0
html_strip      = 0

# what HTML attributes to index if stripping HTML
# optional, default is empty (do not index anything)
#
# html_index_attrs  = img=alt,title; a=title;


# what HTML elements contents to strip
# optional, default is empty (do not strip element contents)
#
# html_remove_elements  = style, script


# whether to preopen index data files on startup
# optional, default is 0 (do not preopen), searchd-only
#
# preopen           = 1


# whether to keep dictionary (.spi) on disk, or cache it in RAM
# optional, default is 0 (cache in RAM), searchd-only
#
# ondisk_dict       = 1


# whether to enable in-place inversion (2x less disk, 90-95% speed)
# optional, default is 0 (use separate temporary files), indexer-only
#
# inplace_enable        = 1


# in-place fine-tuning options
# optional, defaults are listed below
#
# inplace_hit_gap       = 0 # preallocated hitlist gap size
# inplace_docinfo_gap   = 0 # preallocated docinfo gap size
# inplace_reloc_factor  = 0.1 # relocation buffer size within arena
# inplace_write_factor  = 0.1 # write buffer size within arena


# whether to index original keywords along with stemmed versions
# enables "=exactform" operator to work
# optional, default is 0
#
# index_exact_words = 1


# position increment on overshort (less that min_word_len) words
# optional, allowed values are 0 and 1, default is 1
#
# overshort_step        = 1


# position increment on stopword
# optional, allowed values are 0 and 1, default is 1
#
# stopword_step     = 1


# hitless words list
# positions for these keywords will not be stored in the index
# optional, allowed values are 'all', or a list file name
#
# hitless_words     = all
# hitless_words     = hitless.txt


# detect and index sentence and paragraph boundaries
# required for the SENTENCE and PARAGRAPH operators to work
# optional, allowed values are 0 and 1, default is 0
#
# index_sp          = 1


# index zones, delimited by HTML/XML tags
# a comma separated list of tags and wildcards
# required for the ZONE operator to work
# optional, default is empty string (do not index zones)
#
# index_zones       = title, h*, th

}

inherited index example

#

all the parameters are copied from the parent index,

and may then be overridden in this index definition

#index test1stemmed : test1
#{

path = /usr/local/coreseek/var/data/test1stemmed

morphology = stem_en

#}

distributed index example

#

this is a virtual index which can NOT be directly indexed,

and only contains references to other local and/or remote indexes

#index dist1
#{
# 'distributed' index type MUST be specified

type = distributed

# local index to be searched
# there can be many local indexes configured

local = test1

local = test1stemmed

# remote agent
# multiple remote agents may be specified
# syntax for TCP connections is 'hostname:port:index1,[index2[,...]]'
# syntax for local UNIX connections is '/path/to/socket:index1,[index2[,...]]'

agent = localhost:9313:remote1

agent = localhost:9314:remote2,remote3

# agent         = /var/run/searchd.sock:remote4

# blackhole remote agent, for debugging/testing
# network errors and search results will be ignored
#
# agent_blackhole       = testbox:9312:testindex1,testindex2


# remote agent connection timeout, milliseconds
# optional, default is 1000 ms, ie. 1 sec

agent_connect_timeout = 1000

# remote agent query timeout, milliseconds
# optional, default is 3000 ms, ie. 3 sec

agent_query_timeout = 3000

#}

realtime index example

#

you can run INSERT, REPLACE, and DELETE on this index on the fly

using MySQL protocol (see 'listen' directive below)

#index rt
#{
# 'rt' index type must be specified to use RT index
#type = rt

# index files path and file name, without extension
# mandatory, path must be writable, extensions will be auto-appended

path = /usr/local/coreseek/var/data/rt

# RAM chunk size limit
# RT index will keep at most this much data in RAM, then flush to disk
# optional, default is 32M
#
# rt_mem_limit      = 512M

# full-text field declaration
# multi-value, mandatory

rt_field = title

rt_field = content

# unsigned integer attribute declaration
# multi-value (an arbitrary number of attributes is allowed), optional
# declares an unsigned 32-bit attribute

rt_attr_uint = gid

# RT indexes currently support the following attribute types:
# uint, bigint, float, timestamp, string
#
# rt_attr_bigint        = guid
# rt_attr_float     = gpa
# rt_attr_timestamp = ts_added
# rt_attr_string        = content

#}

#############################################################################

indexer settings

#############################################################################

indexer
{
# memory limit, in bytes, kiloytes (16384K) or megabytes (256M)
# optional, default is 32M, max is 2047M, recommended is 256M to 1024M
mem_limit = 256M

# maximum IO calls per second (for I/O throttling)
# optional, default is 0 (unlimited)
#
# max_iops      = 40


# maximum IO call size, bytes (for I/O throttling)
# optional, default is 0 (unlimited)
#
# max_iosize        = 1048576


# maximum xmlpipe2 field length, bytes
# optional, default is 2M
#
# max_xmlpipe2_field    = 4M


# write buffer size, bytes
# several (currently up to 4) buffers will be allocated
# write buffers are allocated in addition to mem_limit
# optional, default is 1M
#
# write_buffer      = 1M


# maximum file field adaptive buffer size
# optional, default is 8M, minimum is 1M
#
# max_file_field_buffer = 32M

}

#############################################################################

searchd settings

#############################################################################

searchd
{
# [hostname:]port[:protocol], or /unix/socket/path to listen on
# known protocols are 'sphinx' (SphinxAPI) and 'mysql41' (SphinxQL)
#
# multi-value, multiple listen points are allowed
# optional, defaults are 9312:sphinx and 9306:mysql41, as below
#
# listen = 127.0.0.1
# listen = 192.168.0.1:9312
# listen = 9312
# listen = /var/run/searchd.sock
listen = 9312
#listen = 9306:mysql41

# log file, searchd run info is logged here
# optional, default is 'searchd.log'
log         = /usr/local/coreseek/var/log/searchd.log

# query log file, all search queries are logged here
# optional, default is empty (do not log queries)
query_log       = /usr/local/coreseek/var/log/query.log

# client read timeout, seconds
# optional, default is 5
read_timeout        = 5

# request timeout, seconds
# optional, default is 5 minutes
client_timeout      = 300

# maximum amount of children to fork (concurrent searches to run)
# optional, default is 0 (unlimited)
max_children        = 30

# PID file, searchd process ID file name
# mandatory
pid_file        = /usr/local/coreseek/var/log/searchd.pid

# max amount of matches the daemon ever keeps in RAM, per-index
# WARNING, THERE'S ALSO PER-QUERY LIMIT, SEE SetLimits() API CALL
# default is 1000 (just like Google)
max_matches     = 1000

# seamless rotate, prevents rotate stalls if precaching huge datasets
# optional, default is 1
seamless_rotate     = 1

# whether to forcibly preopen all indexes on startup
# optional, default is 1 (preopen everything)
preopen_indexes     = 0

# whether to unlink .old index copies on succesful rotation.
# optional, default is 1 (do unlink)
unlink_old      = 1

# attribute updates periodic flush timeout, seconds
# updates will be automatically dumped to disk this frequently
# optional, default is 0 (disable periodic flush)
#
# attr_flush_period = 900


# instance-wide ondisk_dict defaults (per-index value take precedence)
# optional, default is 0 (precache all dictionaries in RAM)
#
# ondisk_dict_default   = 1


# MVA updates pool size
# shared between all instances of searchd, disables attr flushes!
# optional, default size is 1M
mva_updates_pool    = 1M

# max allowed network packet size
# limits both query packets from clients, and responses from agents
# optional, default size is 8M
max_packet_size     = 8M

# crash log path
# searchd will (try to) log crashed query to 'crash_log_path.PID' file
# optional, default is empty (do not create crash logs)
#
# crash_log_path        = /usr/local/coreseek/var/log/crash


# max allowed per-query filter count
# optional, default is 256
max_filters     = 256

# max allowed per-filter values count
# optional, default is 4096
max_filter_values   = 4096


# socket listen queue length
# optional, default is 5
#
# listen_backlog        = 5


# per-keyword read buffer size
# optional, default is 256K
#
# read_buffer       = 256K


# unhinted read size (currently used when reading hits)
# optional, default is 32K
#
# read_unhinted     = 32K


# max allowed per-batch query count (aka multi-query count)
# optional, default is 32
max_batch_queries   = 32


# max common subtree document cache size, per-query
# optional, default is 0 (disable subtree optimization)
#
# subtree_docs_cache    = 4M


# max common subtree hit cache size, per-query
# optional, default is 0 (disable subtree optimization)
#
# subtree_hits_cache    = 8M


# multi-processing mode (MPM)
# known values are none, fork, prefork, and threads
# optional, default is fork
#
workers         = threads # for RT to work


# max threads to create for searching local parts of a distributed index
# optional, default is 0, which means disable multi-threaded searching
# should work with all MPMs (ie. does NOT require workers=threads)
#
# dist_threads      = 4


# binlog files path; use empty string to disable binlog
# optional, default is build-time configured data directory
#
# binlog_path       = # disable logging
# binlog_path       = /usr/local/coreseek/var/data # binlog.001 etc will be created there


# binlog flush/sync mode
# 0 means flush and sync every second
# 1 means flush and sync every transaction
# 2 means flush every transaction, sync every second
# optional, default is 2
#
# binlog_flush      = 2


# binlog per-file size limit
# optional, default is 128M, 0 means no limit
#
# binlog_max_log_size   = 256M


# per-thread stack size, only affects workers=threads mode
# optional, default is 64K
#
# thread_stack          = 128K


# per-keyword expansion limit (for dict=keywords prefix searches)
# optional, default is 0 (no limit)
#
# expansion_limit       = 1000


# RT RAM chunks flush period
# optional, default is 0 (no periodic flush)
#
# rt_flush_period       = 900


# query log file format
# optional, known values are plain and sphinxql, default is plain
#
# query_log_format      = sphinxql


# version string returned to MySQL network protocol clients
# optional, default is empty (use Sphinx version)
#
# mysql_version_string  = 5.0.37


# trusted plugin directory
# optional, default is empty (disable UDFs)
#
# plugin_dir            = /usr/local/sphinx/lib


# default server-wide collation
# optional, default is libc_ci
#
# collation_server      = utf8_general_ci


# server-wide locale for libc based collations
# optional, default is C
#
# collation_libc_locale = ru_RU.UTF-8


# threaded server watchdog (only used in workers=threads mode)
# optional, values are 0 and 1, default is 1 (watchdog on)
#
# watchdog              = 1


# SphinxQL compatibility mode (legacy columns and their names)
# optional, default is 0 (SQL compliant syntax and result sets)
#
# compat_sphinxql_magics    = 1

}

--eof--

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