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SphinxClient::setServer

(PECL sphinx >= 0.1.0)

SphinxClient::setServerSet searchd host and port

Description

public bool SphinxClient::setServer ( string $server , int $port )

Sets searchd host name and TCP port. All subsequent requests will use the new host and port settings. Default host and port are 'localhost' and 3312, respectively.

Parameters

server

IP or hostname.

port

Port number.

Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.

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craig dot constable at gmail dot com
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<?php
   
//Here is an example of using the Sphinx api client
   
$server = "192.168.0.100:3306";
   
$username = "johnsmith";
   
$password = "Password1";
   
$database = "customers";
    function
newSQL() {
        global
$server, $username, $password, $database;
       
$con = new mysqli($server, $username, $password, $database);
        return
$con;
    }

    include(
'sphinxapi.php');

   
$search = '@postcode 2012';
   
$s = new SphinxClient;
   
$s->SetServer("192.168.0.100", 9312);
   
$s->SetMatchMode(SPH_MATCH_EXTENDED2);
   
$s->SetSortMode (SPH_SORT_EXTENDED,'@random');
   
$s->SetLimits(0, $times);
   
$index = 'main:delta';
   
$result = $s->Query($search, $index);

    if (
$result['total'] > 0) {
        foreach (
$result['matches'] as $id => $other) {
           
$people .= "pid=$id OR ";   
        }
       
$people = substr($people, 0, -4);
    }

   
$mysqli = newSQL();
   
$mysqliResult = $mysqli->query("SELECT `pid`, `name`, `postcode` FROM `profiles` WHERE ($people)");
   
//Do something with $mysqliResult
   
$mysqli->close();
?>
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