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    CF9 - Bizarre collection issue (Solr)

    Hello, everyone.


    Production environment is *nix running CF 9.0.0, with both Verity and Solr collections.


    Trying to list collections is breaking - one collection in particular is breaking the CFCOLLECTION action="list": Error message states that the solrconfig.xml file cannot be found.


    I unregistered this collection via CFAdmin, then went into the file system and deleted the folders for this collection and restarted both Application and Solr services. Ran the script, again, and still getting the same error message for the collection that we just completely removed.


    This is working fine in development (Windows environment, CF9.0.1).


    Thoughts/suggestions greatly appreciated.
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    {coldfusionhome}/solr/multicore/solr.xml might be the culprit.
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    It was, indeed, the culprit.

    Was finally able to manually remove the reference to that particular collection from the solr.xml file, did a collection list with no problems.
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