Manticore Search (as well as Sphinx) doesn’t yet support replication for plain or RT indexes out of the box (although we’re working on this, if you want to be a beta tester let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org), so you have to implement it by yourself if you need to have a copy of your Manticore Search Read more about Plain indexes replication[…]
We are pleased to announce the release of Manticore Search 2.6.2 GA.
Performance of Percolate Queries have been greatly improved, especially when NOT operator is used and when documents are batched.
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If you want to start learning Manticore Search plain indexes or see how some its feature works the following simplest Manticoresearch configuration might be useful: It contains almost nothing, but only the things Manticoresearch cannot work without. Those are: Section “source” to fetch data from mysql. In this case we don’t even fetch real data from Read more about Minimal configuration to play with Manticore Search[…]
Many customers that we have helped with integrating search into their applications wanted their search to be more intelligent than just strictly matching a query with documents. There are many ways to do this. Manticoresearch makes it very easy, as fuzzy matching is included out of the box. It consists of three main components: 1. Quorum Read more about Fuzzy matching and 2nd pass query[…]
Introduction Percolate Queries are also known as Persistent Queries, Prospective Search, document routing, search in reverse or inverse search. The normal way of doing searches is to store documents we want to search and perform queries against them. However there are cases when we want to apply a query to an incoming new document to Read more about Percolate queries: Manticore Search vs Elasticsearch[…]