What does the solr log look like?  There should be [INFO] statements you
can inspect to see what's being sent, and its size.

The change to go to Tika 1.17 will not have affected the Solr connector in
any way.  So one way to decide if this change might be the problem is to
run a job that doesn't use Tika -- like a simple file directory crawl that
has only text documents in it, and see if that makes it to Solr.  If not,
then you must have a configuration difference somewhere.

Karl
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