Updating indexes and data on smileys unsuccessful
Fatal error: require_once() function.require: Failed opening required ‘Zend/Search/Lucene/Storage/File/Filesystem.php’ (include_path=’/somepath/public_html/lib/pear:.:/usr/local/php52/pear:/somepath/public_html/lib/core:/somepath/public_html/’) in /somepath/public_html/lib/core/Zend/Search/Lucene/Storage/Directory/on line 349 Potential Solution: Try switching off incremental index update at Search settings (tiki-admin.php?
page=search) Comments about this potential solution Switching off incremental updates might make the problem go away but then the search won’t work properly anymore Here are a few ideas regarding search index failures It could be a php path problem - your error message lists an odd one in there, so possibly uncommenting this example line in your .htaccess file will do the trick (line 177 in _htaccess in 8.x - to uncomment it remove the # char from the front) ...which will reset the path to just the tiki directory.
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You probably already have apache able to write to temp (or lots of other stuff wouldn’t work) so if there’s any unified-index dirs in there, remove them (put them somewhere safe just in case maybe) and then rebuild the search index using the link on admin/search.
This library makes it easy to clean, parse or tokenize the tweets.
I am using Kibana already and everything works perfectly (PUT/POST/GET etc...) when I send request from Kibana Console. But I do not need that; my goal is to index new documents with php (because I'm using wordpress and i want part of the content of my posts to go to ES because i need search function on my website and do not want to use mysql search functions).
After i create whole json document i send it via HTTP POST to REST.
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