Checking indexing status 

You can check the indexing status using either the Core Admin or the logs.

You can check the indexing status using either the Core Admin or the logs.

If you use HTTP to post the files to a pre-existing table, DSE Search starts indexing the data. If you use HTTP to post the files to a non-existent column keyspace or table, DSE Search creates the keyspace and table, and then starts indexing the data. For example, you can change the stopwords.txt file, repost the schema, and the index updates.

Checking the indexing status using the Core Admin 

To check the indexing status, open the Solr Admin and click Core Admin.



Checking the indexing status using the logs 

You can also check the logs to get the indexing status. For example, you can check information about the plugin initializer:

INDEXING / REINDEXING -
INFO SolrSecondaryIndex plugin initializer. 2013-08-26 19:25:43,347 SolrSecondaryIndex.java (line 403) Reindexing 439171 keys for core wiki.solr
Or you can check the SecondaryIndexManager.java information:
INFO Thread-38 2013-08-26 19:31:28,498 SecondaryIndexManager.java (line 136) Submitting index build of wiki.solr for data in SSTableReader(path='/mnt/cassandra/data/wiki/solr/wiki-solr-ic-5-Data.db'), SSTableReader(path='/mnt/cassandra/data/wiki/solr/wiki-solr-ic-6-Data.db')

FINISH INDEXING -
INFO Thread-38 2013-08-26 19:38:10,701 SecondaryIndexManager.java (line 156) Index build of wiki.solr complete