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From Erik Hatcher <e...@ehatchersolutions.com>
Subject Re: JE Directory/XA Transactions
Date Thu, 29 Dec 2005 19:12:35 GMT
Does it make sense for this to integrate in with contrib/db or should  
it stand on its own?

Andi - what are your thoughts on the organization of it?   Does  
DbDirectory need any refactoring (such as a name change) to make room  
for the JE implementation?

	Erik


On Dec 29, 2005, at 1:58 PM, Donovan Aaron wrote:

> I submitted the code as JIRA issue LUCENE-482.
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Erik Hatcher [mailto:erik@ehatchersolutions.com]
> Sent: Thursday, December 29, 2005 1:29 PM
> To: java-dev@lucene.apache.org
> Subject: Re: JE Directory/XA Transactions
>
> Aaron, this is great news!
>
> As for contributing, the best thing to do is follow along with the
> conventions set up in the contrib/db area.  Maybe your contribution
> could co-exist with that area?   If it does make sense for it to co-
> exist with DbDirectory, then put your files in your local copy there
> getting all the build and dependency stuff taken care of, make  
> a .zip of
> the new files and a patch (svn diff > patchfile) for any changed  
> files.
> If it makes more sense for your contribution to be in a separate  
> contrib
> area, create that locally (perhaps contrib/bdbje?) and create  
> a .zip of
> it.  Ensure all your files are licensed with the Apache Software
> License, then attach your files to a new JIRA issue.
>
> Thanks,
> 	Erik
>
>
> On Dec 29, 2005, at 1:17 PM, Donovan Aaron wrote:
>
>> I recently ported Andi Vajda's DbDirectory to the Java Edition of
>> Berkeley DB.  The main reason being the JCA connector and XA
>> transactions.  Initial results are great and shown below.  I'm new to
>> contributing.  What is the procedure for making this code available?
>>
>> JEDirectory
>>
>> Writing files byte by byte
>> 1453 total milliseconds to create, 5214 kb/s
>> 722 total milliseconds to read, 10494 kb/s 80 total milliseconds to
>> delete
>> 2255 total milliseconds
>> Writing files as one byte array
>> 1032 total milliseconds to create, 7918 kb/s
>> 311 total milliseconds to read, 26274 kb/s 60 total milliseconds to
>> delete
>> 1403 total milliseconds
>>
>>
>> DbDirectory
>>
>> Writing files byte by byte
>> 9879 total milliseconds to create, 766 kb/s
>> 601 total milliseconds to read, 12607 kb/s
>> 9188 total milliseconds to delete
>> 19668 total milliseconds
>> Writing files as one byte array
>> 12304 total milliseconds to create, 664 kb/s
>> 281 total milliseconds to read, 29079 kb/s
>> 9689 total milliseconds to delete
>> 22274 total milliseconds
>>
>> Regards,
>> Aaron Donovan
>>
>
>
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