Time for action – starting Solr for the first time
Ok, now it's time to start Solr for the first time.
- If we execute the following command from the terminal (from Windows, Linux, or Mac):
>> cd %SOLR_DIST% (windows) >> cd $SOLR_DIST (mac, linux)
- We change the directory to
/example, and then we finally start Solr using the following command:
>> java -jar start.jar
- We should obtain an output similar to the one seen in the following screenshot:
- You will quickly become familiar with the line highlighted in this output as it is easily recognizable (it ends in
0.0.0.0:8983). If we have not noticed any errors before it in the output, our Solr instance is ...