[pmwiki-users] Fast Seach Upgrade (was: sorry i english problem with the cookbook : FastSearch)
mogulguy at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 18 13:43:21 CDT 2006
OK, I have upgraded the Fast Search recipe to work
with the latest pmwiki and have found that it still
provides a significant speedup on my older pentium
200. A search that would take around 36 seconds now
takes around 6 seconds.
--- worm <webmaster at wormcs.dyndns.org> wrote:
> hi all
> your grepsearch don t work and i have a time out
> with the original
> search .....
> best regards
> Martin Fick a écrit :
> > --- "Patrick R. Michaud" <pmichaud at pobox.com>
> >> On Wed, Aug 16, 2006 at 04:26:25PM +0200, worm
> >> wrote:
> >>> hi all
> >>> i don t understand the explication off the :
> >>> "Edit the pagelist.php script and comment out
> >> MakePageList function"
> > Yes, the entire function, a patched version of
> > function is supplied in the grepsearch.php script.
> >> Actually, I would suggest not using the
> >> recipe, as PmWiki now has a built-in indexing
> >> system which should speed things
> >> up already (see the note at the top of the
> > Yes, I don't know if it is worth using any more.
> I am
> > not that intimate with the indexing systems (I
> > understand the pagelist indexing, but I don't know
> > the search term indexing works).
> > But, ...since you ARE asking about it, does this
> > that you are not satisfied with the current search
> > speeds that you are getting? If so, then it might
> > worth trying the recipe to see if it still
> > things and if so, let me know, I will consider
> > updating it to the recent pmwiki code.
> >> At any rate, I don't know if the FastSearch
> >> has been updated to be compatible with the latest
> >> versions of PmWiki.
> > It has not been updated in a long time (since
> > the indexing system), but it would not take a lot
> > update it, the comments should indicate where the
> > actual patches to the MakePagelist function are, a
> > more recent function could easily be similarly
> > patched.
> > Again, if you can demonstrate a need for this
> > still, I would be willing to help with this. The
> > hardest part would be in the testing, ... if you
> > willing to help with that... Also, if you can
> > demonstrate that it no longer provides an
> > I will deprecate it.
> > Good luck,
> > -Martin
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