Manticore Search is an Open Source database that was created in 2017 as a continuation of Sphinx Search engine (Started in 2001). It is integrated with Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware and one of the components of WikiSuite. This is especially interesting for the Tiki Trackers database web app builder.
You can check out benchmarks at: https://db-benchmarks.com/
It is normally this:
sudo apt-get install wikisuite-manticore
But as of 2022-10-03, you should temporarily use the nightly builds from https://manual.manticoresearch.com/Installation/Debian_and_Ubuntu#APT-repository because of required unreleased fixes.
sudo systemctl enable manticore
In some newer operating systems it can fail with error "Failed to enable unit: Unit ... is transient or generated.". In this can you can remove the generator and try again. It's unlikely you need the generator ever again after Manticore is installed.
In Debian-based operating systems run:
sudo rm /lib/systemd/system-generators/manticore-generator sudo systemctl daemon-reload
For more detail, please see: https://manual.manticoresearch.com/Starting_the_server/Linux#Starting-and-stopping-using-systemd
Then reboot to test
This also confirms it's running
root~# searchd -v Manticore 5.0.2 348514c86@220530 dev (columnar 1.15.4 2fef34e@220522) (secondary 1.15.4 2fef34e@220522) Copyright (c) 2001-2016, Andrew Aksyonoff Copyright (c) 2008-2016, Sphinx Technologies Inc (http://sphinxsearch.com) Copyright (c) 2017-2022, Manticore Software LTD (https://manticoresearch.com)
- Pick Manticore as Unified search engine at tiki-admin.php?page=search
- Rebuild index
- Small sites, via GUI
- Medium and large sites, via CLI
php console.php index:rebuild --log
On Debian 10 and 11, it is located at /etc/manticoresearch/manticore.conf
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