force SOLR6 re/indexing from code

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force SOLR6 re/indexing from code


I have a problem with SOLR6 re/indexing.
I know that by default SOLR is re/indexed every 15 seconds and it is fine.
The challange I am facing is that I would like to force/trigger re/indexation process in the code for some created or modified nodes.
Is there a way to re/index node after being created or modified?
If it is possible, are there any threats connected with it?

Thank you in advance for solution or suggestion.

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Re: force SOLR6 re/indexing from code

Ideally you don't have to force re-index from code. Indexes are eventually consistent. And if you see issues with index, you should try to re-index via solr admin console. 

Default interval for index tracking is 10 seconds (although docs says 15 seconds) and its configurable. 

You can partially re-index with help of 

/solr/admin/cores?action=SUMMARY&wt=xml , /solr/admin/cores?action=REPORT&wt=xml  

/solr/admin/cores?action=REINDEX&txid=3212 or /solr/admin/cores?action=FIX or /solr/admin/cores?action=RETRY

Background from TTL (you should watch it to learn more):





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Re: force SOLR6 re/indexing from code

@abhinavmishra14 thank you for your response. I don't want to change solr index tracking configuration to make it more frequent (my need would be probably 1 second), because I am afraid that such frequent interval would slow down significantly the system.

The case is that  a end-user is creating/modifing a node and if that node is not re/indexed it wouldn't be showed at all or showed with not modified properties. My goal is to show the end-user up-to-date properties. That's why I would like to run re/index process from the code to show the end-user the changes he/she made.