[Koha] Koha Indexing Problem 18.05.01
mik at adminkuhn.ch
Mon Jul 23 05:23:09 NZST 2018
>> In fact I don't know anyway what happens if you use "-f -a -b" since
>> "-f" means the same as "-a -b". From "man koha-rebuild-zebra":
>> -f, --full
>> Does a reindex of the whole collection.
>> -a, --authorities
>> Only run the indexing process for authority records.
>> -b, --biblios
>> Only run the indexing process for biblio records.
> Not quite. The default behaviour of koha-rebuild-zebra is to only
> index the records in the zebraqueue db table that have been marked as
> "not done". These are typically records that have been added ot
> updated since the last time koha-rebuild-zebra was run.
Shouldn't this be noted in the manpage?
> When you add
> --full or -f you do a complete reindexing of everything in the
> database, regardless of the status in zebraqueue. -a and -b will
> determine if this applies to bibliographic records, authority records
> or both.
However, do I understand right that
* "-f" and "-f -a -b" are doing the same thing (i. e. full indexing of
* but "-a -b" is not (i. e. because it is only indexing what is marked
as as "not done")?
Best wishes: Michael
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