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From Paco Avila <monk...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Performance of export/migration/import
Date Wed, 04 Feb 2009 17:00:51 GMT
Does it works with recent Jackrabbit versions? I have seen that it run
with Jackrabbit 1.3

On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 5:25 PM, Ivan Latysh <ivanlatysh@gmail.com> wrote:
> MARTINEZ Antonio wrote:
>
> JCRBackup can do all of it(http://sourceforge.net/projects/jcr-backup).
>
>> It is that time in our project were we need to support export/import
>> with data migration.
>> In our case, during migration:
>> - We actually need to change some parameters for most of the nodes
>> before we import.
>
> Data exported as XML, and binaries are exported in a native format into
> separate files,
> so if you can post-process data at any time.
>
>> - We definitely have to have Jackrabbit running during the export (and
>> preferably also during the import)
>
> JCRBackup will do it on a live repo, no problem.
>
>> - We need to be able to export/migrate/import both a subtree or the
>> entire repository.
>
> You can specify a node to start a backup from.
>
>> - We need to do and export/migration/import in under 3 hours for a 20G
>> repository (the index in this case is about 8G)
>
> JCRBackup will export the data, not indexes, indexes will be re-created by
> JCR on import.
>
> One thing that JCR-Backup can't do is versions.
>
> --
> Ivan Latysh
> IvanLatysh@gmail.com
>



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