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From "Shaun Barriball" <sbarr...@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject JackRabbit maturity?- robustness, performance and scalability
Date Tue, 14 Nov 2006 12:10:14 GMT
Hi all,
We're currently evaluating JackRabbit and JCR as a persistence tier for a
new project. All of the features and functionality appear to be present. 
Our main concerns are:
 * performance with lots of nodes - any comments on the best persistence
manager/config to use over and above the FAQ comments.
 * reliability of the persistence - how likely is corruption of the
persisted objects?
 * scalability - has JackRabbit being proven to handle lots of concurrent
access? Can it yet be clustered? Any equivalent to the replication provided
by Day?
Any insight from developers with live systems based on JackRabbit would be
gratefully received and provide reassurance that JackRabbit is a suitable
All help appreciated.
PS> I've read various threads on performance including

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