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Discussion in 'Software Development' started by brn2rul, Sep 26, 2008.

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  1. brn2rul

    brn2rul Thread Starter

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    Hi..!!
    I have developed a search engine using Postgre SQl can anybody tell me how to create partitions on a RAM for storing indexes of search results .....

    Its urgent as i have A PROJECT TO SUBMIT...!!!

    THANKS ANYWAYS..
     
  2. shannon08

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    "Indexing" means including data with a field that would be searchable.
    "Storing" means including data with a field for presentation.
    "Tokenizing" means using analyzed data with a field that's been designated
    as indexed (searchable).

    For the four static methods:
    Keyword - values are indexed (searchable) and stored but not tokenized
    Unindexed - values are stored but not indexed or tokenized
    Unstored - values are indexed and tokenized (searchable) but not stored
    Text - values are indexed, tokenized and stored

    In making decisions about index composition, choose the field storage method
    that best matches the need for your particular data field. The fewer data
    fields you need, the smaller the index, the better the performance.


     
  3. brn2rul

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    Hi shannon08,

    Thanks for the terms and their explanation...
     
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