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On Wed, Sep 05, 2007 at 04:59:36PM +0530, golak Sarangi wrote:

calculation that ferret does to give me the output score. Although
the output that i get is relevant enough but its like a black hole
from outside. I tried to search for it from the C extension of ferret
but lost track
of it at the msea_search function. Could you please through some
light on the calculation of score when am using boost for document as
well as individual fields separately.

have a look at Ferret’s explain function, this will show you how the
score of a result is calculated.

Jens

Hi jens
I tried the explain function but it generates a segmentation fault and
the
whole application crashes.
I am facing one more problem. I am creating index on my data base. while
creating index i am adding boost on the document. but it show
segmentation
fault on Free BSD while the index gets gerated in a Ms-windows for the
same
code. Am i doing something wrong.
I am using ferret 0.10.9 on both machine. I am using ruby 1.8.4 for
windows
while 1.8.5 for linux. is that causing problem. I cant change the ruby
version on linux machine as thatis the server.

Hi,

please switch to Ferret 0.11.4 first.

Jens

On Thu, Sep 06, 2007 at 02:03:23PM +0530, golak Sarangi wrote:

score of a result is calculated.
code. Am i doing something wrong.
I am using ferret 0.10.9 on both machine. I am using ruby 1.8.4 for windows
while 1.8.5 for linux. is that causing problem. I cant change the ruby
version on linux machine as thatis the server.


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