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[CDO] Committing large amounts of data as a single commit [message #1803666] Wed, 06 March 2019 13:19
Robert Schulk is currently offline Robert SchulkFriend
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In order to keep a persistent state of a model, we would like to apply a huge change in a single commit.

This works all good, but I have some questions about the processing:

1. The actual commit seems to be pretty fast. Other clients see the changes, and also the locks on the elements are removed. Nevertheless, the committing client is blocking for a longer amount of time after the other clients already see the new state. During this time, only the server shows a CPU load. Is this due to writing to the database backend?

2. CDOTransaction#options()#getCommitInfoTimeout: returns 10000ms. But the commit takes much longer, should I increase this value?

3. CDOSesssion#options()#getCommitTimeout() is set to 10 seconds. But the commit takes much longer, should I increase this value?
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