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From "chad davis (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (JCR-3027) JCR Server has concurrency issues on JcrWebdavServer.SessionCache internal HashMap caches
Date Thu, 21 Jul 2011 21:18:58 GMT

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chad davis updated JCR-3027:
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    Description: 
After doing the davex remoting performance work outlined in JCR-3026, the increased concurrency
on my jcr server exposed a lot of errors related to getting and putting from the JcrWebdavServer.SessionCache's
internal HashMap's.  This problem with HashMap's is a well known concurrency error and was
easily fixed by upgrading these maps to ConcurrentHashMaps.  Performance seems dramatically
better.  

The fix includes exposure of a tuning parameter that allows the user to set the expected concurrency
level.  This is the number of concurrent requests you expect the server to be handling.  In
the typical davex remoting scenario, this means you should tune this server side value to
match the total max connections of all clients pointed at the server.  See JCR-3026. 

USAGE:  Set the 'concurrency-level' init param for the JcrRemotingServlet, via the web.xml
of the jackabbit-webapp component.  Default value is 50.  Or you can intervene in a lower
level api if appropriate.

  was:After doing the davex remoting performance work outlined in JCR-3026, the increased
concurrency on my jcr server exposed a lot of errors related to getting and putting from the
JcrWebdavServer.SessionCache's internal HashMap's.  This problem with HashMap's is a well
known concurrency error and was easily fixed by upgrading these maps to ConcurrentHashMaps.
 Performance seems dramatically better.  


> JCR Server has concurrency issues on JcrWebdavServer.SessionCache internal HashMap caches
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: JCR-3027
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JCR-3027
>             Project: Jackrabbit Content Repository
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: jackrabbit-jcr-server
>    Affects Versions: 2.2.5
>            Reporter: chad davis
>              Labels: dav, davex, performance, remote
>             Fix For: 2.3.0
>
>
> After doing the davex remoting performance work outlined in JCR-3026, the increased concurrency
on my jcr server exposed a lot of errors related to getting and putting from the JcrWebdavServer.SessionCache's
internal HashMap's.  This problem with HashMap's is a well known concurrency error and was
easily fixed by upgrading these maps to ConcurrentHashMaps.  Performance seems dramatically
better.  
> The fix includes exposure of a tuning parameter that allows the user to set the expected
concurrency level.  This is the number of concurrent requests you expect the server to be
handling.  In the typical davex remoting scenario, this means you should tune this server
side value to match the total max connections of all clients pointed at the server.  See JCR-3026.

> USAGE:  Set the 'concurrency-level' init param for the JcrRemotingServlet, via the web.xml
of the jackabbit-webapp component.  Default value is 50.  Or you can intervene in a lower
level api if appropriate.

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