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From Kiran Ayyagari <kayyag...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Status...
Date Tue, 02 Apr 2013 18:05:13 GMT
On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 11:23 PM, Emmanuel Lécharny <elecharny@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi guys,
>
> it was two tough weeks, with merely no work on the server... But still,
> we made some progress on some side projects critical to ApacheDS. Let me
> provide some headsup.
>
> 1) We are making progress on Mavibot. Mavibot is the backend replacement
> for JDBM. Currently, we are able to manage the additions, deletions and
> modifications in it. The performances are good, assuming the right page
> size/nb of elements per page are correctly set (up to 13 000 updates per
> second). The searches are blasting fast : 1 600 000 lookup per second.
>
> Kiran has added support for multiValues in it, and is currently testing
> a partition for mavibot. I let him giving some feedback on this part,
> but I'm quite exited !
>
the mavibot partition tests are passing, some more testing is needed
after which I will conduct some initial performance tests.

>
> We have a lot to do, still. We currently never remove any revision, so
> the file keeps growing after each modification. Kiran is working on a
> bulk load mechanism. I'm working on a mechanism that reclaim the pages
> that are not anymore in use.
>
> bulk loading utility is ready for use and it currently creates in-memory
B+TreeS
we can switch to the persistent mode once the disk format and other storage
related
tasks complete in Mavibot

> We will have to add a way to access the old revisons too and I'm
> currently working on that. This will allow us to get rid of the
> ChangeLog system, as it will now be just a matter to switch to an old
> revision to get back to the previous data set. That will make the test
> way faster !
>
> IMHO, this is indeed a cool improvement (we can have revision based
backups too!)

> I expect to have Mavibot completed by the end of april.
>
> 2) MINA 3 is also on its way, and sounds promizing. It's already 50%
> faster than MINA2, which is a huge gap. I hope to be able to build a
> working prototype based on MINA 3 by the end of april too.
>
> 3) In the mean time, I think we can get a 2.0-RC1 released. We have
> fixed some serious bugs lately, and I don't think we will add new
> features in this version.
>
> All in all, I think that once 2.0 will be out, we will be able to switch
> to Mavibot backend and MINA 3, to get way better performances.
>
> 4) The documentation
>
> It *absolutely* sucks :/ I have tried to improve the Kerberos
> documentation last month, it was a lot of work, as the kerberos server
> was also quite buggy. There is a lot to do, since we switched to the new
> system last year, we haven't made a lot of progress in this area. This
> is true for the server but also for the API. I can't seriously see how
> we can get a 2.0-GA if the documentation is not improved in one way or
> another... It's useless to have a fast and working server, if no one
> know how to use it :/
>
> That's pretty much it, Kiran, feel free to complete this mail.
> Pierre-Arnaud, sorry if I haven't mentionned what you have done on
> Studio, so please, feel free to add your progress !
>
> Many thanks guys !
>
> thanks Emmanuel

> --
> Regards,
> Cordialement,
> Emmanuel Lécharny
> www.iktek.com
>
>


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Kiran Ayyagari
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