Java Code Examples for org.apache.lucene.index.IndexReader#getRefCount()

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Example 1
Source Project: lucene-solr   File:    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
public int doLogic() throws IOException {
  IndexReader reader = getRunData().getIndexReader();
  if (reader.getRefCount() != 1) {
    System.out.println("WARNING: CloseReader: reference count is currently " + reader.getRefCount());
  return 1;
Example 2
private void tryToCloseReaders() {
  LOG.debug("Trying to close [{0}] readers", readers.size());
  Iterator<IndexReader> it = readers.iterator();
  while (it.hasNext()) {
    IndexReader reader =;
    if (reader.getRefCount() == 1) {
    } else {
      LOG.debug("Could not close indexreader [" + reader + "] because of ref count [" + reader.getRefCount() + "].");
Example 3
Source Project: lucene-solr   File:    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
public void testReopen() throws Exception {

    assertU(adoc("id","1", "v_t","Hello Dude", "v_s1","string1"));
    assertU(adoc("id","2", "v_t","Hello Yonik", "v_s1","string2"));

    SolrQueryRequest sr1 = req("q","foo");
    IndexReader r1 = sr1.getSearcher().getRawReader();

    String sval1 = getStringVal(sr1, "v_s1",0);
    assertEquals("string1", sval1);

    assertU(adoc("id","3", "v_s1","{!literal}"));
    assertU(adoc("id","4", "v_s1","other stuff"));

    SolrQueryRequest sr2 = req("q","foo");
    IndexReader r2 = sr2.getSearcher().getRawReader();

    // make sure the readers share the first segment
    // Didn't work w/ older versions of lucene2.9 going from segment -> multi
    assertEquals(r1.leaves().get(0).reader(), r2.leaves().get(0).reader());

    assertU(adoc("id","5", "v_f","3.14159"));
    assertU(adoc("id","6", "v_f","8983", "v_s1","string6"));

    SolrQueryRequest sr3 = req("q","foo");
    IndexReader r3 = sr3.getSearcher().getRawReader();
    // make sure the readers share segments
    // assertEquals(r1.getLeafReaders()[0], r3.getLeafReaders()[0]);
    assertEquals(r2.leaves().get(0).reader(), r3.leaves().get(0).reader());
    assertEquals(r2.leaves().get(1).reader(), r3.leaves().get(1).reader());


    // should currently be 1, but this could change depending on future index management
    int baseRefCount = r3.getRefCount();
    assertEquals(1, baseRefCount);

    Map<String, Metric> metrics = h.getCore().getCoreMetricManager().getRegistry().getMetrics();
    Gauge<Date> g = (Gauge<Date>)metrics.get("SEARCHER.searcher.registeredAt");
    Date sr3SearcherRegAt = g.getValue();
    assertU(commit()); // nothing has changed
    SolrQueryRequest sr4 = req("q","foo");
    assertSame("nothing changed, searcher should be the same",
               sr3.getSearcher(), sr4.getSearcher());
    assertEquals("nothing changed, searcher should not have been re-registered",
                 sr3SearcherRegAt, g.getValue());
    IndexReader r4 = sr4.getSearcher().getRawReader();

    // force an index change so the registered searcher won't be the one we are testing (and
    // then we should be able to test the refCount going all the way to 0
    assertU(adoc("id","7", "v_f","7574"));

    // test that reader didn't change
    assertSame(r3, r4);
    assertEquals(baseRefCount, r4.getRefCount());
    assertEquals(baseRefCount, r4.getRefCount());
    assertEquals(baseRefCount-1, r4.getRefCount());

    SolrQueryRequest sr5 = req("q","foo");
    IndexReaderContext rCtx5 = sr5.getSearcher().getTopReaderContext();

    SolrQueryRequest sr6 = req("q","foo");
    IndexReaderContext rCtx6 = sr6.getSearcher().getTopReaderContext();
    assertEquals(1, rCtx6.leaves().get(0).reader().numDocs()); // only a single doc left in the first segment
    assertTrue( !rCtx5.leaves().get(0).reader().equals(rCtx6.leaves().get(0).reader()) );  // readers now different