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Currently known systems Sphinx has been successfully running on are: CPU architectures known to work include i386 (aka x86), amd64 (aka x86_64), SPARC64, and ARM.
Chances are good that Sphinx should work on other Unix platforms and/or CPU architectures just as well.
Third party API ports and plugins exist for Perl, C#, Haskell, Ruby-on-Rails, and possibly other languages and frameworks.
Starting from version 1.10-beta, Sphinx supports two different indexing backends: "disk" index backend, and "realtime" (RT) index backend.
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Depending on what source Sphinx should get the data from, different code is required to fetch the data and prepare it for indexing. At the time of this writing, there are built-in drivers for My SQL, Postgre SQL, MS SQL (on Windows), and ODBC.
Disk indexes support online full-text index rebuilds, but online updates can only be done on non-text (attribute) data.
RT indexes additionally allow for online full-text index updates. Data can be loaded into disk indexes using a so-called data source.
In 2.2.1-beta a tsvpipe (Tab Separated Values) and csvpipe (Comma Separated Values) data source was added.
You can get more information here Section 3.10, “tsvpipe\csvpipe (Tab\Comma Separated Values) data source”.