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Re: [p2-dev] Use of uncompressed metadata repositories
- From: Igor Fedorenko <ifedorenko@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2010 12:37:19 -0500
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Can you be more specific about concerns that you have?
On 10-11-17 10:00 AM, Dean Roberts wrote:
I am trying go get a feel for how widely used uncompressed metadata
A typical content.xml file contains many copies of identical license
text. Memory use is not an issue since the implementation uses a
StringPool to extern string references. Compressed repositories do not
present an issue for disk foot print or network traffic as the
content.xml compresses extremely well, typically 95% or more.
However, uncompressed metadata repositories may pose a significant
concern here if they are widely used.
So does anybody have an opinion on how widely used uncompressed
Dean Roberts, J9 Java Class Library Team
IBM Ottawa Lab
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