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Is ObjectDB suitable for DMS (Document Management System)?

attachments in ObjectDB as byte[] fields. The database size is limited to 128 TB (= 131,072 GB = 134,217,728 MB). There is no limit on object sizes, but byte[] is limited by Java to 2GB
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Listing large number of complicated objects with paging.

MyEntity {         @GeneratedValue @Id long id;         @Index int value;         byte[] data = new byte[1500];     } } Your observation is correct. There is a fetch optimization that collects
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member visiting in jpql

baURI is a byte[]; JP QL> select e.baURI.length from URI e where id=82778 JP QL> [ObjectDB 2.2.9_04] javax.persistence.PersistenceException Navigation from 'byte[]' through 'length' is invalid (error 763) at com.objectdb.jpa.JpaQuery.getResultList(JpaQuery.java:636) at util.JPQLcmd.QureyCMD
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Memory consumption of empty Strings

(Bytes) MyEntity           200.000               10.400.000 char[]                7.154 ... Memory (Bytes) char[]                807.363              13.237.950 String                807.291
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Memory Leak?

#instances #bytes class name ---------------------------------------------- 1 ... #bytes class name ---------------------------------------------- 1: 704422
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ObjectDB can't be activated

())         {             NetworkInterface ni = (NetworkInterface)e.nextElement();             byte ... ();             byte[] hardwareAddress = ni.getHardwareAddress();             System.out.println(indent
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Out of memory

? Could you please provide more details about the byte[] allocations? Who holds them? What is the common size of the byte[] that fills the heap? How many instances of this size exist? I can send
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Server out of memory exceptions

.Launcher$AppClassLoader @ 0x853f0440" occupies 375,301,672 (17.92%) bytes. The memory is accumulated ... $AppClassLoader @ 0x853f0440" occupy 1,436,097,296 (68.58%) bytes. These instances are referenced from
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Unable to execute update query

;         byte[] data = new byte[512];         public MyEntity(int x) {             this.x = x
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Using of Second Level Cache

list; } The 2nd level cache stores object data (byte[]) rather than live entity objects ... cache as object IDs (PK) encoded in the byte[] of a MyEntity1 instance. When you retrieve a MyEntity1