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Subject RE: Update 2.0.0-M7 and indexes
Date Fri, 13 Apr 2012 21:27:27 GMT
OK, thanks for all your effort! Understood this a work in progress. Yes, performance is very
good, until we restart :) 
If I could just get the server to restart I'd call it success! Thanks! 

Carlo Accorsi
-----Original Message-----
From: Emmanuel Lécharny [] 
Sent: Friday, April 13, 2012 5:06 PM
Subject: Re: Update 2.0.0-M7 and indexes

Le 4/13/12 10:03 PM, a écrit :
> Hi Folks, we've made a lot of progress but it wouldn't be fun if there wasn't one more

> We Built 2.0.0-M7 SHAPSHOT from the trunk and it installs and runs 
> fine with 1GB memory / 32 bit JVM  (Thanks Kiran for pointers last 
> night) I create a partition and index several attributes. When the server restarts the
user attribute  DBM databases appear ! (Thanks Emmanuel) I load my ldif file with 80 k users.
When the ldif is loaded, I can see all 80k users, everything seems fine, the indexes are populated
I can search and it all works.

Performances are good, I hope...
> Once I shut down the server, it will not restart. The wrapper fails with the error below.
The size of the JVM goes from zero to 1.3GB, pauses and exists.
> I'm sure there's an OutOfMemory exception occurring but even with Debug it's not appearing
in the logs.
> The question I have is with a partition this size, with this number of users, what can
I do to make the jvm as small as possible to start?
> I've reset all my attribute indexes to 100, partition cache is set to 1000 BEFORE I loaded
all the users. Still having same result.
> Any ideas?  Many thanks.

grmblgtmbl :/ I need to check what's going on when the serve ris stopped and restarted. This
is clearly a bug, and it should be easy to fix.

The thing is that this is a work in progress, and we have modified many things in the index
area recently. This should not too much time to get a clue about what's going on and to fix
the issue. I'l give it a try this week-end.

At least, we are making progress !

Thanks for the info and the follow-up, this is really helpful for us.

Emmanuel Lécharny

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