By default, Solr 4.6.1 will be created with a "default" core, and the minimal configuration shipped in the examples modules. It uses Tomcat7 as server, listening on port 8080.
You can define as many cores as needed, using the
The actual configuration for each cores will be fetched from a folder named after the core name,
placed under the
solr_conf_pathdefined in config.yml, which is relative to your project root.
For an "example" Drupal 7 project using 2 cores, both with search_api_solr: your project config file would contain:
# Enable Solr solr: yes # The path is relative to you project root. solr_conf_path: ce-vm/solr solr_cores: - drupal1 - anothercore
And you would copy the configuration provided by the module solr-conf/4.x to both "example/ce-vm/solr/drupal1" and "example/ce-vm/solr/anothercore"
vagrant provision, the config for them would be: