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  1. eZ Publish / Platform
  2. EZP-17717

[eZFind 2.2-0][eZ 4.3] Multicore: Fatal Error on direct calls to eZSolr::commit() (cronjob ezfindexcontent)

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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Medium Medium
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 4.3.0, 4.4.0, 4.5.0, 4.6.0, 4.7.0
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      Description

      Cronjob ezfindexcontent fails in multicore mode because of a typo in eZSolr::commit()
      => Instead of accessing the eZSolrBase instances with "$this->SolrLanguageShards[<language>]", it uses "$this->SolrLanguageShards[<language>]->Solr", which is not defined.
      => the function eZSolr::optimize has the correct syntax.

      Xdebug output below :
      ---------
      Notice: Undefined property: eZSolrBase::$Solr in /var/www/myproject/www/extension/ezfind/search/plugins/ezsolr/ezsolr.php on line 590

      Call Stack:
      0.0321 135672 1.

      {main}() /var/www/myproject/www/runcronjobs.php:0
      0.2361 5174132 2. eZRunCronjobs::runScript(???, ???) /var/www/myproject/www/runcronjobs.php:356
      0.2401 5279420 3. include('/var/www/myproject/www/extension/ezfind/cronjobs/ezfindexcontent.php') /var/www/myproject/www/kernel/classes/ezruncronjobs.php:76
      8.3411 23279996 4. eZSolr->commit() /var/www/myproject/www/extension/ezfind/cronjobs/ezfindexcontent.php:80


      Fatal error: Call to a member function commit() on a non-object in /var/www/myproject/www/extension/ezfind/search/plugins/ezsolr/ezsolr.php on line 590

      Call Stack:
      0.0321 135672 1. {main}

      () /var/www/myproject/www/runcronjobs.php:0
      0.2361 5174132 2. eZRunCronjobs::runScript(???, ???) /var/www/myproject/www/runcronjobs.php:356
      0.2401 5279420 3. include('/var/www/myproject/www/extension/ezfind/cronjobs/ezfindexcontent.php') /var/www/myproject/www/kernel/classes/ezruncronjobs.php:76
      8.3411 23279996 4. eZSolr->commit() /var/www/myproject/www/extension/ezfind/cronjobs/ezfindexcontent.php:80

      Fatal error: eZ Publish did not finish its request
      The execution of eZ Publish was abruptly ended, the debug output is present below.
      ---------

      Patch included below

      Steps to reproduce

      a) Set up multicore environment
      b) Have some objects to index with cronjob ezfindexcontent (activate DelayedIndexing for instance), then run the cronjob ezfindexcontent

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              Reporter:
              Richard Bayet
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