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From Akil Ali <Akil.Aj...@cognizant.com>
Subject Re: Performance test conducted on Jackrabbit
Date Wed, 18 Feb 2009 09:05:31 GMT


Is there any one who can help me to know the reason behind this time
difference.


Akil Ali wrote:
> 
> Hi,
>    I have performed several test on jackrabbit to check the read and write
> operation on jackrabbit.
> 
> Scenario: I have to add thousands of documents (say MILLION) into the
> jackrabbit. so for that purpose i have performed several test to check the
> following.
> 1> How many documents application can add into the jackrabbit/Second.
> 2>How many documents application can read/Second.
> 
> Note: I am not using versioning and also i have disabled indexing of
> jackrabbit
> 
> 1> How many documents application can add into the jackrabbit/Second.
> 
> For that i have integrated threading while adding documents.
> i have performed the test with a single thread and with multiple thread
> 
> Jackrabbit node structure looks like
> Root Node that has 2 node A & B.
> 
> Single Thread:while adding 50000 documents i have performed 2 iteration.
> in each iteration i have added 25000 documents to each node. in iteration
> 1 i have added 25000 documents to node A and then in iteration 2 25000
> documents.
> 
> 2 Thread: 
> Thread1-->Session1-->Node A---->Adding 25000 documents
> Thread2-->Session2-->NodeB--->Adding 25000 documents
> i dont synchronized the code for adding documents in jackrabbit.
> 
> Please see the attachment excel with this mail to see the time taken to
> add the article with single thread and with multiple thread. see sheet
> "Added"
> 
> You can see even if i have used threading the performance of Single thread
> is better then multiple thread. WHY the performance of single thread is
> better than multiple thread used?
> 
> 2>How many documents application can read/Second.
> Jackrabbit structure looks like
> 
> -Repository has 2 parent nodes A and B. 
> -Each parent node has 25000 docs. 
> Test is performed and 25000 nodes are read randomly.
> a> By UUID and 2>By Direct access
> 
> Please see the attachment excel with this mail to see the time taken to
> read the article By UUID and By Direct access. see sheet "Read Test"
> 
> There is only slightly difference between both the operation.
> Can you please explain WHY?
>  http://www.nabble.com/file/p22011732/JCRTest.zip JCRTest.zip 
> 

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