Looking for the latest and greatest new features and changes to Acquia Search? Read on and check back regularly to see what else we’ve done.
Mon, 1 Jun 2015
Acquia Search was updated to fix the following issue:
- Acquia Search did not display the search configuration gear to some users, even though they had the appropriate permissions to view the schema collection tool. (NN-11964)
Mon, 4 Aug 2014
- nginx upgraded to version 1.4
The version of nginx used by Acquia Search has been upgraded to nginx 1.4. This version of nginx provides better performance, as well as many significant bug fixes.
Thu, 10 Apr 2014
Acquia Search was updated on April 10 with the following new features and enhancements:
- Updated version of the Acquia Search module for Drupal 7
The latest version of the Acquia Search module for Drupal 7, which is included in version 7.x-2.14 of the Please Replace These Missing Tokens Connector module, includes a fix to an issue in the Acquia Search module that could result in failed search indexing. For more information, see the release notes for Please Replace These Missing Tokens Connector 7.x-2.14 on drupal.org.
Tue, 18 Mar 2014
Acquia Search will be upgraded to include new libraries to support search schema customizations for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. These new libraries are available only to Acquia Search customers who are eligible to deploy custom
schema.xml files, that is, Please Replace These Missing Tokens Enterprise and Acquia Cloud Enterprise customers. For more information, see Custom Solr configuration.
No downtime is expected for customer sites or search functionality. However, during the upgrade, search indexes will be in read-only mode and therefore will not be updated with new or changed content for a period of 1 to 10 minutes.
The upgrade adds a set of libraries that are valuable in customizing the Apache Solr schema.xml file for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. By default, Solr was built with Western languages in mind. However, in some other languages, such as Chinese or Japanese, words are not necessarily split by spaces. Another important difference is that some characters in these languages look the same, but mean something very different. Chinese, Japanese, and Korean have multiple meanings for some characters, so searches should return appropriate results for any of those meanings. To learn more, read a series of blog posts at Discovery Grindstone.
The classes being added to Acquia Search are:
Note: this class will currently emit tokens for punctuation. Therefore, you should either add a
WordDelimiterFilterafter to remove these tokens (with concatenate off), or use the
SmartChinesestoplist with a
Learn more about ICU (International Components for Unicode).
Tue, 11 Mar 2014
If you have more than one search index linked to your subscription, the Acquia Search page at https://insight.acquia.com/acquia-search now shows combined statistics for all of the search indexes in your subscription. Before, it showed only your first index size (and ignored the others). Therefore, if you have multiple indexes, your usage graphs will show an increase, because they now include the sums of the searches, documents, and storage usage of all your indexes. For more information, see Viewing search usage and statistics.