How to choose a wiki engine with live search?

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You want to post on the Internet database of old printed journals. Originally planned to do it on Confluence, but it turned out to be too greedy. Now think about the wiki engine or the analog, which you might consider? Requirements, preferably php + MySQL live search.

The content itself will be of three types:
Edition. Fields: article, page number, year, authors
- Article. Fields: author, page number, number, year. The name in English and Russian , annotations (Perhaps in the future will be added and the full text of the article)
- Authors. Information about the author, photographs, a list of his articles in the rooms (number, year, pages)
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Wikimedia uses ElasticSearch. It all depends on the amount of data to search. You will have to keep most of the index in memory, so power should be sufficient. If resources are limited - will still work, but only slowly.

In General, ElasticSearch is a beautiful thing!
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