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From "Gerhard Froehlich" <g-froehl...@gmx.de>
Subject RE: [PATCH] working on Stores (Re: [PATCH] Re: Displaying status)
Date Thu, 06 Dec 2001 16:17:35 GMT
>From: skc@mailrelay2.ornis.com [mailto:skc@mailrelay2.ornis.com]On
>
>
>Sylvain Wallez wrote:
>>
>> Sebastien Koechlin a écrit :
>> >
>> > Here is a patch against cocoon_20_branch, I don't know if you can apply
>> > it on HEAD (I did not test).
>> >
>> > Please, do NOT include it into cocoon_20_branch CVS on apache.org, it's
>> > working, but eat huge quantity of memory, and displayed data are raw.
>> > This is not for final administrators yet.
>>
>> Applied to 2.1, thanks.
>> I modified it a bit to output SAX events directly instead of building
>> large lists.
>
>Ok, I was not really proud of thoses lists.
>
>
>> HEY, TEAM, can a cache guru look at this ? Why are there 3 stores with
>> the same keys in them ?
>
>First :
>
>There is something wrong in my code, I have in logs:
>DEBUG ... DefaultComponentFactory: ComponentFactory creating new
>instance of org.apache.cocoon.generation.StatusGenerator.
>DEBUG ... DefaultComponentFactory: no logger attribute available, using
>standard logger
>WARN  ... ExcaliburComponentManager: Looking up component on an
>uninitialized ComponentManager:
>org.apache.cocoon.components.store.StoreJanitor
>
>So I probably do not have the main StoreJanitor.

There is only one impl, yet ;-).
On my machine the StoreJanitorImpl initialize proper.

>I'm going to write a static (synchronized) StoreJanitor to
>record any in-memory Store created.
>Is it a good solution, or is there something better ?

Why, the actual StoreJanitorImpl does this already. But maybe
I understood your question wrong.

>
>Second:
>
>Everybody want to know what is inside, isn't it?
>Here is another patch to display classname of cached object...
>
>And surprise, there is nothing in our Stores!
>When I request an Object by his key, I have nothing most of the
>time!

Yes because default we're using the NonCachingxxxPiplines (I don't
know the reason, really!).
Change in the cocoon.roles the roles for StreamPipline and EventPipeline
to CachingStreamPipeline and CachingEventPipeline. Then it should
work proper.

>Why does we store null values in MRUMemoryStores ?

Don't know.

>
>Here is the StatusGenerator patch against HEAD.
>And an HTML page with StatusGenerator result using
>this patch.
>

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That must be wonderful! I don't understand it at all.
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