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From David Nuescheler <david.nuesche...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: was [performance (again)] -> concurrent access?
Date Wed, 19 Oct 2005 09:53:34 GMT
hi eugene,

> random access : 453 ms
> search by property: 453 ms
can you describe what you mean by "random access"? is that accessing
a node by path or by uuid? or something different.
is it just coincidence that search by property takes exactly the same
amount of time as the "random" access?
if you say "search by property" how many entries do you have in
your search result?

i would say that 453 ms would be too slow for a search with few results
and is certainly way too slow for a single access of an item by
path or uuid.

> Now the question is how several users can have concurrent access to
> repository for reading and writing operations?
every user operates on their own session, is their any further
information that you need? maybe i misunderstand your question, it
seems pretty obvious to me...

regards,
david

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