Apache SOLR Access Control

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To add SOLR access permissions in tomcat6, follow these steps:

Edit tomcat6/Catalina/localhost/SOLR. xml

 <  Context  Docbase  = "/Var/SOLR. War"  Debug  = "0"  Privileged  = "True"  Allowlinking  = "True"  Crosscontext  = "True"  > 

< Environment Name = "SOLR/home" Type = "Java. Lang. String" Value = "/Var/SOLR" Override = "True" />

< Valve Classname = "Org. Apache. Catalina. Valves. remoteaddrvalve" Allow = ", localhost,," />

< Valve Classname = "Org. Apache. Catalina. Valves. remoteaddrvalve" Deny = "" />

</ Context >

Refer to Tomcat configuration document: http://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-6.0-doc/config/valve.html#Remote_Address_Filter

To make the preceding configuration take effect, you need to re-enable the tomcat security mechanism.

Edit sudo VI/etc/default/tomcat6

Comment out the last sentenceTomcat6_security = No

For more information about security mechanisms, refer to SOLR wiki: http://wiki.apache.org/solr/SolrSecurity


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