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From Sylvain Wallez <>
Subject Re: Turning off default MRU store
Date Fri, 05 Mar 2004 13:57:36 GMT
Unico Hommes wrote:

> Unico Hommes wrote:
>> Corin Moss wrote:
>>> Hi Guys,
>>> I might be getting ahead of myself a bit here, but I'm going to try 
>>> and turn off the default MRU store, in favour of the JCS based 
>>> persistent store.  I'd like to try some tests on performance without 
>>> the default MRU - has anyone else tried anything similar? I've 
>>> simply set the core store's role to point to the JCS store 
>>> implementation.
>> I guess I already got ahead of you when I renamed JCSPersistentStore 
>> JCSStore just now :-) (And merged it with the AbstractJCSStore BTW). 
>> It seems to me that JCS is both and it could replace all three 
>> stores: DefaultStore, TransientStore and PersistentStore.
> I have to add that this is not the whole story. We do actually need to 
> distinguish between persistent and transient storage. Some components 
> explicitly want to persist some data instead of just cache it for 
> speed. But as far as caching is concerned I think it we can leave it 
> completely up to JCS.

Some components are explicitely using the transient-store to keep data 
that shouldn't (or cannot) be serialized. But AFAIK, no component 
directly uses the persistent-store except the store itself.

So if the JCSStore includes a MRU-like memory front-end, it can simply 
replace the <store> component in cocoon.xconf.


Sylvain Wallez                                  Anyware Technologies 
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