* Visual bars showing memory, swap space, and JVM memory used and allocated.
* Dump of JVM args so you can see how your JVM was started up.
* Log dumps in easily readable, color-coded formats.
* Core administration, including buttons for adding, renaming, swapping, reloading and optimizing.
* Core stats including last modification date, doc counts, and status indicators for optimized, current and hasDeletions.
* Query screen that, for me, replaces the /browse handler for debugging purposes
* Improved analysis debugging screens
* Pretty schema browser
* Data import status screen that obsoletes my program I wrote here: http://petdance.com/2012/07/a-little-ruby-program-to-monitor-solr-dih-imports/
Awesomeness up and down. Give it a look.
Andy Lester => firstname.lastname@example.org => www.petdance.com => AIM:petdance