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From Michael Dürig <mdue...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Package deployment check for locking leading to large no of small branch commits
Date Wed, 18 Dec 2013 08:26:16 GMT


On 18.12.13 9:20 , Marcel Reutegger wrote:
> Hi,
>
>> Purging (should) only happen for refresh calls with the keepChanges
>> parameter set to true. This might be optimised however for the case
>> where the persisted branch has not yet been created (i.e.
>> org.apache.jackrabbit.oak.spi.state.AbstractNodeStoreBranch.InMemory) by
>> tweaking the way (Kernel|Mongo)NodeStoreBranch and
>> (Kernel|Mongo)RootBuilder interact.
>
> in the case described by Chetan the branch state is persisted pretty
> quickly because the package install consists of many nodes. the
> question is rather if there is a way to optimize the case when the
> branch state is persisted with in-memory changes on top of it
> and a refresh with keepChanges comes in.

We could rebase the branch and then rebase the in memory changes on top 
of the rebased branch. This would get us rid of the branch commit. But 
wouldn't get us rid of the rebase operation on the persisted branch. So 
I'm not too sure this will gain us a lot.

Michael

>
> Regards
>   Marcel
>

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