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From David Nuescheler <david.nuesche...@gmail.com>
Subject the 1mn test: first jackrabbit performance and scalability tests
Date Thu, 04 Nov 2004 18:06:13 GMT
hi guys,

we tested in a brute force manner a number of 
PersistenceManagers in jackrabbit and found that 
the system scales quite ok right now.

the load test we ran was to create a 1'000'000 
nodes, saved() in batches of 1000 (almost) empty 
unstructured nodes. now, keep in mind that this 
is not a very realistic test since most content 
repositories are much more bound to reading 
than writing, but it can show some sense
of scalability.

so, the test creates a content repository structure:
/0/0
/0/1
/0/2
...
/0/999
/1/0
...
/999/999

interestingly enough the loadtests showed 
that jackrabbit itself has no problem 
whatsoever dealing with the resulting 
2m items (1m nodes + 1m props).

the best results range around ~2-3s / 
1k nodes added and saved on a single cpu intel 
box, using jdk 1.5. 
the worst ones range around ~30s per 1k 
nodes.

the performance decay with respect to the size
of the content repository varies greatly between 
persistence managers ;)

we will commit a couple of those new 
persistence managers and configuration examples 
shortly, which might also serve as examples for 
people that want to develop their own persistence 
managers.

regards,
david
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