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Good One out of these 3 - Sphix / Solr / Elastic Search

 
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Hi,

I have decided to provide the search for DB search for full text and decided to use the following

Option#1 - Sphix
Option#2 - Solr
Option#3 - Elastic Search

Which one is very good out of the 3 as quality/performance is the primary criteria rather than the learning curve? Also stable and active development

Sphinx last release: Jul 09, 2021 . Not much active (http://sphinxsearch.com/bugs/my_view_page.php)
Solr last release and Solr UI : Active (https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SOLR-16463)
Elastic Search: Active and UI Kibana (https://www.elastic.co/blog/whats-new-elasticsearch-kibana-cloud-8-4-0)

Thanks
 
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What information about these have you dug up yourself? What choice do you tend towards?
 
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Ah, ah, ah! What did we tell you about spinning off a new thread for minor things?

Elastic and Solr are both Lucence-based and Lucene is almost certainly going to be the main performance factor.
 
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