I don't think so — but you could copy the index locally (or propagate a snapshot) and run a local Solr server to query the index.
> On May 16, 2019, at 1:25 PM, Eric Lease Morgan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Is it possible to create a Solr index, copy the file(s) to my local machine, and query the index sans the Solr server?
> SQLite works like that. There is no server. I can use SQLite to create a file, copy the file to a different computer (even a different operating system), and use a SQLite client on the different machine. In fact, there are bunches o' API's I can use to query the SQLite file.
> Solr is a great indexer, IMHO, but if I were able to copy the index file locally, and query it without the server, then I think Solr would be even greater.
> Do y'all know. Is such a thing possible?
> Eric Morgan