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FTS for basic search of sentences?
Posted by: Ben S
Date: July 23, 2005 07:01PM

Hi,

I'm new to the Full-Text Search capability in MySQL, so I apologize if this is a very basic question. My group has a few million documents that we'd like to search. A typical search would be to ask for a list of all documents that contains a particular string, such as "the day was 24 hours in length" .

Would it be easy to create a MySQL table and insert all of the content of the millions of articles, and then query for string matches? I don't even need to know relevancy or partial matches. Would FTS be a good solution for this type of a requirement? An exact match of a string appearing within some documents is all that matters.

Please let me know if this is feasible. Also, would I need a very powerful computer/server for performing such a query? Are there any good articles/books that you'd recommend I read to learn more about the specifics of building such a basic search tool?

Thanks in advance.

-Ben



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