This guide will take you through the process of installing Xapiand and familiarize you with the concepts that will allow you to use search and storage indexes. DON’T PANIC, it will take just a few minutes.
Installing and Running
# Run from Docker with *very-very-very* verbose output: docker run -p 8880:8880 --rm dubalu/xapiand:0.40.0 -vvvv
Using Homebrew under macOS
# Install with Homebrew: ~ $ brew install Kronuz/tap/xapiand # Run in foreground with *very-very-very* verbose output: ~ $ xapiand -vvvv
You can also check the Installation section for more details.
For testing, we recommend running with *very-very-very* verbose output, which can be specified by using
--verbosity=4. This will log all full
requests and will also turn on
See Options for more details.
Let’s try and index some twitter like information. First, let’s create a twitter user, and add some tweets (the twitter index will be created automatically):
You can dig a little deeper in the Data Manipulation section.
Now, let’s see if the information that was added by GETting it:
Let’s find all the tweets that Kronuz posted:
You can find out more in the Data Exploration section.