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running multiple indexers

Have a user with about 500K messages. Searches in his mail are slow, and I've been doing complete rebuild of his indexes. Then the searches are fine for about a week, then slow down again. If I create another instance of a POA dedicated to just indexing his mail box, will that conflict with running the current indexing? Currently running the indexing every three hours and have the indexing level set to "unlimited" (GW 12.0.1-103731). No DMS in GW.
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Re: running multiple indexers

* hchun,

increase the indexer intervals, for starters. Check the POA logs in verbose mode to see if it gets to an end at all. While 500k is a lot, it should be feasible. I don't believe in indexing POAs 😉

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Re: running multiple indexers

I'll increase the intervals to six hours and switch to verbose mode as suggested. Let you know what I find.
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Herbert

buckesfeld;2255824 wrote:
* hchun,

increase the indexer intervals, for starters. Check the POA logs in verbose mode to see if it gets to an end at all. While 500k is a lot, it should be feasible. I don't believe in indexing POAs 😉

Uwe

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