No Relation To Blog
Subscribe to the personal musing of Emmanuel Bernard
In some specific cases, Lucene 2.3.0 can corrupt your index. It happens in very specific cases:
- you use autoCommit=false on IndexWriter
- or multiple threads are adding documents where some have term-vector enabled fields and some don't
Here is the official Lucene team announcement
Lucene Java 2.3.1 available
This release contains fixes for serious bugs in 2.3.0 that could cause index corruptions in autoCommit=false mode or in cases where multiple threads are adding documents where some have term-vector enabled fields and some don't. The autoCommit option was added to IndexWriter with release 2.2.0. If not explicitly set to false, the IndexWriter runs in autoCommit=true mode.
See CHANGES.txt for a detailed listing of changes.
2.3.1 does not contain any new features, API or file format changes, which makes it fully compatible to 2.3.0.
We would like to encourage everyone who is currently using Lucene Java 2.3.0 to upgrade to 2.3.1 to prevent possible index corruptions!
Lucene is available at apache.org.