sir - Transfer data from a MusicBrainz database to a Solr server

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This repository contains the code necessary to index documents from a MusicBrainz database into a Solr search server. The documentation contains detailed information on how to use it.

https://sir.readthedocs.org
https://github.com/metabrainz/sir

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