[CentOS] Robust Search Solution (with CentOS 4.3)

Tue Apr 11 14:12:21 UTC 2006
Alexander Dalloz <ad+lists at uni-x.org>

Am Di, den 11.04.2006 schrieb Mike Stankovic um 15:55:

> I've got about 10,000 docs I'd like to devise a
> search/index for. I found a perl script called
> Perlfect that can do that on an old P3 but at the
> astronomical time of 7 hours. Another script(cgi/perl)
> at hotscripts  can do the same but allows the "rm -rf
> /" exploit. DoH!?
> Is there anything perl/flatfile that can search/index
> faster? This is a  nice  job for an aging P3 in the
> corner so php/MySQL is not an option. Don't suggest
> beagle/windows solutions as this is a CentOS 4.3 system.

Is htdig an option?


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