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From Michael Dürig <mdue...@apache.org>
Subject Notes from the Oakathon
Date Wed, 04 Jul 2012 12:37:07 GMT

Hi,

Last week some of us met for another small Oakathon in Basel. Below is a 
list of topics that where touched and worked on and the related Jira 
issues. Any additional input is appreciated.

- Observation (OAK-144):
   * Observation events don't report every single event but rather a 
consolidated view at a given time (basically a a diff). Rational: 
performance on heavy write systems, (order of) individual events not 
clear/different for different cluster nodes in clustered setup.
   * Implement user data support on a best effort basis. In a clustered 
setup this can't be supported. See also 
http://markmail.org/message/osxupy3twc3pyild
   * oak-core should provide lightweight mechanism for clients to 
discover changes. oak-jcr can use this to implement JCR observation on 
top and trade off performance implications as needed.

- Internal value handling
   * To reduce GC overhead we should try to keep the number of small 
objects down
   * Possibly merge CoreValue into PropertyState
   * Use flyweight instances for common values/properties

- HTTP bindings (OAK-103, OAK-104)
   * Provide extension points for Sling to hook into. (See also the 
discussion on @oak-dev: http://markmail.org/message/tzpbxf5zduybezya.)

- Full text index (OAK-154)
   * Added an initial Lucene index stored under /jcr:system/oak:lucene 
in the repository (final location(s) TBD)
   * Index updates in a CommitEditor hook, so the index is always up to 
date with latest content changes
     + TODO: How to postpone time-consuming indexing operations like 
full text extraction
     + TODO: How to merge conflicts in the search index?
   * Basic QueryIndexProvider allows the existing query engine to 
leverage the Lucene index
     + TODO: Integrate with the rest of the build

- Merge/rebase logic handling (OAK-157)
   * The Lucene index work encountered some issues with the way we 
handle the merge/rebase operations
   * Need to look deeper into that over the next few weeks

Michael

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