I’m running the latest debian as OS. I installed Sphinx using apt-get install sphinxsearch However, I need to communicate with sphinx trough PHP. In order to do so I downloaded the latest Sphinx version to obtain the phpapi. wget http://sphinxsearch.com/files/sphinx-2.0.5-release.tar.gz When I try to perform a query I get an error about versions. Query failed: searchd error: client version is higher than daemon version (client is v.1.25, daemon is v.1.22) Apperently apt-get doesn’t install the [...]Continue Reading »
I have been looking at search solutions like Sphinx, Solr and Elasticsearch but they are all way too complex for what I need. I’m basically looking for a server software, best distributed, that allows me to just throw in chunks of text associated with a single small identifier each. Then find keywords quickly and return the identifiers given for the chunks that yielded a match with one or more of the keywords. Does something like [...]Continue Reading »
When I do “sudo apt-get install sphinxsearch”, I get version 0.9. I want the latest stable version (which is 2.4, I believe) How can I do that using aptitude? Asked by Alex Use a third party repository, or else upgrade to Ubuntu 12.04. The 12.04 repositories contain sphinxsearch 2.0.4, which is current as of March 2012. Answered by Shane Madden Check more discussion of this question. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook [...]Continue Reading »
I am trying to install sphinx on my centOS 5.6 x64 if I do yum install sphinx I get only 0.9,9 version, and I’d like to install 2.0.1-beta so I followed the instructions in their documentation and I downloaded source tarball and run ./configure –with-mysql I am getting an error that cannot find mysql include files so I found out I need to install mysql-deve (yum install mysql-devel) but as it turned out I already [...]Continue Reading »
I have sphinx setup to run in config files on port 3312. I can use the indexer, and create the index. I can search. I can’t run searchd to return queries. I tried telnet 127.0.0.1 3312. My connection is refused. Whats my next step? I am not very good with Iptables. Thanks in advance. You should start searchd first, something like /usr/local/bin/searchd (you should use actual path to searchd, try locate searchd to get it) [...]Continue Reading »
I tried installing sphinx. I downloaded the 0.9.9 version, but after compiling and installing, it came out as 0.9.8. Anyone has any idea why’s this? Thanks! Are you sure you are picking up the correct binary? I compiled version 0.9.9 and it displays the correct version number. You may want to try to execute something like ./src/indexer –version from the source directory to make 100% sure you are picking up the right binary. Check more [...]Continue Reading »
It’s been suggested that we use mysql for our site’s search as it’d be running on the same server that hosts our web server (nginx) and our db (mysql). Since not all of our pages are created from the database, it’s been suggested that we have a crawler that can crawl the site, and toss the page url and data into mysql and have sphinx index on that. Does anyone know of an open source [...]Continue Reading »
I’ve installed the sphinx binaries and libraries and am now trying to install the PECL sphinx module. My system is running OS X 10.6 with MAMP 1.8.2 installed. I try to install sphinx using the following command: sudo pecl install sphinx The PECL command outputs the following: running: phpize Configuring for: PHP Api Version: 20090626 Zend Module Api No: 20090626 Zend Extension Api No: 220090626 The versions above don’t match the versions listed when doing [...]Continue Reading »
The boring, necessary details: I’m on Snow Leopard running MySQL locally. I’m trying to install the Sphinx engine for MySQL like so: mysql> install plugin sphinx soname ‘sphinx.so’; ERROR 1127 (HY000): Can’t find symbol ‘_mysql_plugin_interface_version_’ in library I’ve Googled everywhere and can’t seem to find an actual solution to this problem. For example this issue on the Sphinx forums seems unresolved. Someone else also raised this issue with similar results. The first post linked to [...]Continue Reading »
Could anyone give me a bit of insite to why sphinx might not be installing on my Snow Leopard OSX Machine? I currently have up and running (from installs not MAMP); Apache, MySQL, PHP. When running ./configure –with-mysql=/usr/local/mysql –without-unixodbc (suggested to get this working) I get: enter code herechecking build environmentchecking for a BSD-compatible install… /usr/bin/install -c checking whether build environment is sane… yes checking for a thread-safe mkdir -p… config/install-sh -c -d checking for [...]Continue Reading »
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