I am evaluating the full-text searching systems and I really need your practical experiences. Also you can suggest some that I didn't mention.
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Solr is a standalone Enterprise Search Server. It presents a web service layer built atop the Lucene search library, extending it to provide application users with a ready-to-use search platform. Solr brings with it operational and administrative capabilities like web services, faceting, configurable schema, caching, replication, and administrative tools for configuration, data loading, statistics, logging, cache management, and more.
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