This talk will introduce the new API classes AtomicReader and CompositeReader added in Lucene 4.0 as very general interfaces, and DirectoryReader, which most people know as the segment-based “Lucene index on disk”. The talk will also cover more changes and improvements to the search API like reader contexts that allow to convert local document ids to global ones from IndexSearcher. Lucene changed all IndexReaders to be read-only, so it’s no longer possible to modify indexes using those classes. Finally, Uwe Schindler will show migration paths from custom norm values to the various new ranking models that were added to Lucene; this includes using Similarity with Lucene 4.0’s DocValues as replacement for norms.

More info: berlinbuzzwords.de/sessions/your-index-reader-really-atomic-or-maybe-slow

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