rusticsearch - Lightweight Elasticsearch compatible search server.

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Lightweight Elasticsearch compatible search server. A good quality search engine is important for many websites and Elasticsearch provides that with an easy to use REST API. But the problem with Elasticsearch is that it requires a minimum of 2GB of memory, which makes it expensive to run.

https://github.com/kaedroho/rusticsearch

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