Last updated May 16, 2019

When developing a Drupal site, it is best practice to maintain multiple environments: A production environment for your live web site, a stage environment for "next version" development, and your local environment for debugging and creating new features. Solr adds further complexity as we should have a separate Solr server for each.

In this tutorial, we'll:

  • Describe why different Solr servers should be used for each environment
  • Explain why Config Split is not a solution for multiple environments
  • Describe how to use config overrides for each environment