|Re: [CDO] server side resource consumption [message #499865 is a reply to message #499850]
||Tue, 24 November 2009 12:34
|| Eike Stepper
Registered: July 2009
Lothar Werzinger schrieb:
> my coworkers asked me how much resource (memory, CPU, etc.) CDO consumes for
> its server implementation? As I did not have an answer and did not find
> anything in the FAQ I am posting this question here.
> What is the resource consumption for the CDO server?
There are so many different possible setups and Java has comparingly bad
support for measuring the size of an object. I suggest that you use a
profiler for your particular setup and measure resource consumption.
We'd appreciate if you post your measures here.
There's an article about CDO tweaks, be sure to read at least the
section about caching: http://wiki.eclipse.org/Tweaking_CDO_Performance
Generally we try to find designs with the best tradeoff between
functionality and resource consumption, but if you find optimization
potential report it here ;-)
> Does the resource consumption change (and how) based on
> * the number of objects in the repository
If, by repository, you mean the backend, then no.
> * the number of sessions/connections
Minimally. But sessions are expected to load revisions, hence their
number might impact the overall consumption.
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