Cloudera Search config templates
Config templates are immutable configuration templates that you can use as a starting point when creating configs for Solr collections. Cloudera Search contains templates by default and you can define new ones based on existing configs.
Configs can be declared as
immutable, which means they
cannot be deleted or have their Schema updated by the Schema API.
Immutable configs are uneditable config templates that are the basis for
additional configs. After a config is made immutable, you cannot change
it back without accessing ZooKeeper directly as the
if you are using Kerberos) super user.
Solr provides a set of immutable config templates. These templates are only available after Solr initialization, so templates are not available in upgrades until after Solr is initialized or re-initialized. Templates include:
|Template Name||Supports Schema API||Uses Schemaless Solr|
Config templates are managed using the
command. For example:
- To create a new config based on the
solrctl config --create <newConfig> managedTemplate -p immutable=false
<newConfig>with the name of the config you want to create.
- To create a new template (immutable config) from an existing
solrctl config --create <newTemplate> <existingConfig> -p immutable=true
<newTemplate>with a name for the new template you want to create and
<existingConfig>with the name of the existing config that you want to base