In May 2017 we made a fork of Sphinxsearch 2.3.2, which we called Manticore Search. Below you will find a brief report on Manticore Search as a fork of Sphinx and our achievements since then. Why did we fork Sphinx? First of all, why did we do the fork? At the end of 2016, Read more about Manticore Search: 3 years after forking from Sphinx[…]
Let us introduce a new tool that can help you migrate your data from Elasticsearch to Manticore Search This tool automates copying data from Elasticsearch to Manticore Search Requirements Elasticsearch dump tool : https://github.com/elasticsearch-dump/elasticsearch-dump Elasticsearch and Manticore PHP clients Install composer update Usage Migrate all indexes: php migrator.php Migrate certain indexes: php migrator.php –elasticsearch.host=my.domain.com –elasticsearch.port=9200 –indexes=index1,index2 Parameters indexes – list Read more about Elasticsearch -> Manticore Search data migration tool[…]
We are excited to announce that Manticore Search 3.5.2 is out! Besides 19 bug fixes it introduces few nice new features and changes: Smarter OPTIMIZE If you use Manticore Search real-time indexes you know that there’s command OPTIMIZE INDEX which does index compaction. Historically it could only merge index chunks down to a single chunk. Read more about Manticore Search 3.5.2: optimized OPTIMIZE, standalone NOT, faceting via HTTP and more[…]
We recently posted an article about the new Real-Time mode. In this one, we will take a detailed look on how it works and how you can use it on your own. We’ll learn how to manipulate indexes in Manticore Search using SQL statements.