Drupal 6.20 according to the changelog file.
We took over a site from another company who built the site in Drupal, and we'll be converting it over to Wordpress eventually but we need to resolve the search issue first.
I get the "You must include at least one positive keyword with 3 characters or more." error message whether I use the search bar (search module) which leads you to "search/node/KEYWORD" with KEYWORD being your search parameter or if I just go to /search after the URL.
I've read about this and have tried all the suggestions that I saw and none have resolved the issue. I re-indexed the site, and ran cron.php. After I ran cron.php I looked at the settings again and it shows that 100% of the site has been indexed.
I also manually changed the search module status in the database, but it only made the search bar disappear and after I changed the status back to active I got the same result. I tried that because it worked for another module that wasn't working on startup.
The entire site and DB was copied over, and the site that is on the other company server the search functions properly. I don't think it's php version related because I ran a script to revert back to PHP 5.3. Does anyone have any suggestions on what else I might try to possibly get the search working?