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From Ard Schrijvers <a.schrijv...@onehippo.com>
Subject Re: Why becomes my Repository bigger and bigger?!
Date Thu, 11 Feb 2010 10:17:38 GMT
(removed dev list: pls do not use crossposting for user questions)

How do you measure the 'size' of the repository? Is it the dbase? The
lucene indexes? Obviously, both depend largely on *how* you store and
index. You are importing xml, are you having a XMLPersistenceManager?
This is expanding an xml structure in a hierarchical node structure,
so, a large increase in size is expected. Wrt indexing, if you have
'support highlighting = true', then lucene indexes will be bigger.

Anyways, agreed 30 times bigger is not normal, but as explained, it
quite depends on what you measure as size, and how you store and index

Ard

On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 11:06 AM, David Wagener <David.Wagener@awi.de> wrote:
> Hello all together,
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> i have a problem with the size of my repository.
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> First I registered 22 Node-Types. There is one Node-Type, which is the
> “Main-Node-Type” and 21 other Node-Types, which have the “Main-Node-Type” as
> a supertype.
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> The CND of the main node-type looks like:
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> [nt:GSBL] orderable
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> - * (STRING)
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> - * (STRING) multiple
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> + * = nt:GSBL multiple VERSION
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> The CND of the others like this:
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> [nt:GV4A] > nt:GSBL
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> Then I imported 5 XML-files with a capacity of 4,26 MB. Each file is 873 KB.
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> All Nodetypes are used. In the xml-file there is a attribute like this
> “<GSBLRN jcr:primaryType="nt:GSBL">”.
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> When I check the size of the repository, the repository has a size of 114
> MB.
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> I wondered, when I saw the hugh size. How can it be? 4,25MB become 114 MB in
> Jackrabbit. That’s not niceL
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> In the Future I have to import xml-files with a capacity of 2,5 GB. I have
> to define different node-types to get a fast XPATH-result for example.
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> I hope, I will get help.
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> Thank you a lot!
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> Greetings!
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> David
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