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 * [[http://nutch.apache.org/apidocs-1.5/index.html|JavaDocs]] -- The !JavaDocs for the most recent Nutch-1.5.X release.
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 * ApacheConUs2009MeetUp - List of topics for !MeetUp at !ApacheCon US 2009 in Oakland (Nov 2-6)  * NutchMeetUps - Records of previous Nutch community meetup, hackathons, barcamps etc.

Welcome to the Apache Nutch Wiki


Please contribute your knowledge about Nutch here!

Nutch Version Administration


Nutch 1.X tutorial(s)

  • NutchTutorial - How to configure Nutch to crawl in local mode and post to Apache Solr for search/index.

Nutch 2.X tutorial(s)

Other Tutorial(s)

  • Hadoop Tutorial Nutch being based Hadoop, it helps to have a better understanding of Hadoop.

  • Nutch Hadoop Tutorial - How to setup and run Nutch in deploy mode over a Hadoop cluster.

  • RunNutchInEclipse - How to configure, build, crawl and debug Nutch within Eclipse

  • Intranet Document Search - Index and search Microsoft Office, PDF etc. documents in a file system hierarchy with a Solr backend.


General Information

Nutch Development

Nutch 2.x

Pre Nutch 1.3 and Archive

How to edit this Wiki

This Wiki is a collaborative site, anyone can contribute and share:

  • Create an account by clicking the "Login" link at the top of any page, and picking a username and password.
  • Edit any page by pressing Edit at the top or the bottom of the page

There are some conventions used on the Nutch wiki:

  • /!\ :TODO: /!\ (/!\ :TODO: /!\ ) is used to denote sections that definitely need to be cleaned up.

Some general info on using this Wiki Software:

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