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From Ilya Kasnacheev <ilya.kasnach...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: in-memory compression
Date Mon, 01 Apr 2019 12:58:53 GMT

You could try running regular tests, such as PDS test suites, on Apache
Ignite TeamCity with this plugin enabled.

See if there are any new failures.

Ilya Kasnacheev

пн, 1 апр. 2019 г. в 08:54, <999.computing@gmail.com>:

> Hi developers,
> We have released TBLignite compression, an Ignite plugin that provides
> in-memory compression: http://tblcore.com/download/.
> Compression rates are similar to those of SQL Server 2016 columnar
> compression (10-20x) and our testing show significant performance
> improvements for datasets that are larger than the available amount of
> memory.
> Currently we are at version 0.1, but we are working on a thoroughly tested
> 1.0 release so everyone can scratch their compression itch. A couple of
> questions regarding this:
> 1) Are there any Ignite regression tests that you can recommend for 3rd
> party software? Basically we are looking for a way to test all the possible
> page formats that we need to support.
> 2) Once we release version 1.0, we would like TBLignite to be added to the
> Ignite "3rd party binary" page. Who decides what gets on this page?
> 3) And are there any acceptance criteria or tests that need to be passed?
> We would like to hear from you.
> Pascal Schuchhard
> TBLcore

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