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Re: need suggestion on indexing big directory
now it gets really interesting. As I have mentioned before I've tried to
index database with significantly less entries and indexes on hardware
very much comparable to yours (sun fire v100). It was taking days to
complete it, although you are managing the same during 2 hours.
I am using OL stable (2.1.30). I assume you are already on 2.2.X, right?
Can I attribute such dramatic difference in time we need to complete
backend load to difference in OL versions?
Thanx a lot and best regards, vadim tarassov.
On Wed, 2004-06-09 at 01:12, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
> --On Monday, June 07, 2004 10:02 PM +0200 vadim tarassov
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hi Quanah,
> > Keeping in mind your suggestions and documentation you've provided I
> > successfully added all my data. Thanx a lot indeed.
> > You know what I've found in addition? I am afraid there is no
> > understanding of what hardware one should use to deploy a directory, or
> > at least I did not have any. Funny isn't it? With this I would like to
> > say that population of my berkeley backend on sun 480 connected to ESS
> > took about 1 hour whereas the same operation on sun 100 with usual
> > harddisk takes about 50 hours.
> > It could be helpful for others if we could collect simple some data to
> > show people what performance should they expect choosing this or that
> > hardware ....
> > In my case as I have mentioned already it was 80000 entries with ca. 50
> > attributes, all of them indexed, most of them indexed like pres,eq,sub,
> > few of them like pres,eq,sub,approx, the rest just pres,eq or even only
> > pres.
> > Thanx a lot again and best regards, vadim tarassov.
> Our 300-330k DB takes about 2 hours to index 67 or so attributes. They are
> running on Sun Fire V120's (650 Mhz single cpu), and have 4 GB of RAM (2 GB
> memory cache for BDB). The things that impact doing a slapcat laod the
> most, are the log file seperation (although that isn't an issue with BDB
> 4.2.52, since you can turn log file generation off while doing a load), and
> the size of memory cache you allocate.
> I'll note that the same load on a 2 CPU 2.4GHz debian linux system took all
> of 15 minutes (with a 1.5 GB memory cache for BDB)..
> So there's a lot to be said for CPU power. ;)
> Quanah Gibson-Mount
> Principal Software Developer
> ITSS/Shared Services
> Stanford University
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