ID: 5307

Indexes on Curator

An indexed doc means Asset on that revision has been successfully added to Curator.

You can check whether a document is indexed in Asset Browser.

Go to Actions - Index Status

Index Status From VAB

Index Status Details UI

The above image has following details for Asset ID 832

  • At Repository Revision (RRN) 102
    • Non-Content status is INDEXED
    • Content status is  INDEXED
  • At RRN 102
    • Non-Content status is INDEXED
    • Content status is  INDEXED
  • At RRN 131
    • Non-Content status is INDEXED
    • Content status is  INDEXED

It’s a parameter we maintain on Curator which means that upto this RRN contents have been indexed.

  • RRN (1) — (added 2 files)
    • apple.txt
    • windows.txt
  • RRN (2) — (added 2 files)
    • ubuntu.txt
    • fedora.txt
  • RRN (3) — (added 1 file)
    • linux.txt

If max_content_indexed_rrn is 2 that means Content indexing of apple.txt, windows.txt, ubuntu.txt and fedora.txt have been indexed but linux.txt is still pending to be indexed.

It’s a parameter we maintain on Curator which means that upto this RRN Non-content changes have been indexed.

  • RRN (1) — (added 2 files)
    • apple.txt
    • windows.txt
  • RRN (2) — (added 2 files)
    • ubuntu.txt
    • fedora.txt
  • RRN (3) — (added 1 file)
    • linux.txt

If max_non_content_indexed_rrn is 2 that means Non-Contents indexing of apple.txt, windows.txt, ubuntu.txt and fedora.txt have been completed and linux.txt is still pending.

It’s a parameter we maintain on Curator which means that up to this RRN, Metadata related changes (Non-content changes) have been indexed.

  • RRN – (1) — added/modified metadata to below 3 files
    • apple.txt
    • windows.txt
    • ubuntu.txt
  • RRN – (2) — added/modified metadata to below 3 files
    • ubuntu.txt
    • fedora.txt
    • apple.txt
  • RRN – (3) — added/modified metadata to below 1 file
    • linux.txt

If max_setmd_indexed_rrn  is 2 that means apple.txt, windows.txt, ubuntu.txt and fedora.txt metadata changes have been indexed and linux.txt metadata changes is still pending to be indexed.

Global indexing status is used to track the overall indexing status of Curator. you can track indexing status here

To check global indexing status use the following URL
http://<curator-server-hostname>:8983/solr/internal?action=details

Curator Details WEB UI

  • Above image shows that
    • Non-content Indexing is completed up to RRN 135
    • Content Indexing is completed up to RRN 135
    • SetMD Indexing is completed up to RRN 138