In this presentation we aim to show how to make a high availability Solr cloud with 4.1 using only Solr and a few bash scripts. The goal is to present an infrastructure which is self healing using only cheap instances based on ephemeral storage. We will start by providing a comprehensive overview of the relation between collections, Solr cores, shards and cluster nodes. We continue by an introduction to Solr 4.x clustering using zookeeper with a particular emphasis on cluster state status/monitoring and solr collection configuration. The core of our presentation will be demonstrated using a live cluster. We will show how to use cron and bash to monitor the state of the cluster and the state of its nodes. We will then show how we can extend our monitoring to auto generate new nodes, attach them to the cluster, and assign them shardes (selecting between missing shardes or replication for HA). We will show that using a high replication factor it is possible to use ephemeral storage for shards without the risk of data loss, greatly reducing the cost and management of the architecture. Future work discussions, which might be engaged using an open source effort, include monitoring activity of individual nodes as to scale the cluster according to traffic and usage.