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From Marcel Reutegger <marcel.reuteg...@gmx.net>
Subject Re: Threading and Query Performance
Date Wed, 14 Mar 2007 13:42:53 GMT
Hi David,

I was mainly interested in the size of the repository and the structure, just 
like you described it.

Another aspect that affects query performance is the complexity of the query. 
What's the structure of your queries?

Are they simple? e.g.: //element(*, my:content)[@my:title = 'bla']

or rather complex? e.g. //mysubtype//element(_x0032_3, my:day)//[jcr:contains(., 
'foo') and paragraph/@my:title = 'bar' and intro/@my:size > 100]


David Johnson wrote:
> What kind of information concerning the repository do you need?  There are
> approximately 120K nodes in the repository.  The node hierarchy somewhat
> follows a /a-rootnode/large-subsection/subtypes/year/month/day/content
> -
> There are 13 large-subsections - around 5 subtypes per large-subsection -
> year ranges from 1995-2007 - month (12) - day (depends on the month, and if
> there is content on that day) - and then there is perhaps up to 10 content
> items in each day.
> I can go deeper into the structure if more information would help.

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