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High availability and other pratical questions

, but you will have to check it with your own application. Hi,   Thanks for the fast reply and answers, any
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How do I achieve a Deep Fetch using JOIN FETCH?

for?   Thanks, Ben Schreiber Fast Model Technologies Please try build 2.4.7_11 that should add
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How to track memory leak with ObjectDb.

Hello, I suspect some memory leak in my application. ( turning app into OOM very fast ) In fact, some com.objectdb.o.MST objects are retaining a huge % of my heap space. While watching the dump file ( with Eclipse MAT ), i was not able to inspect carrefully the memory leak issue
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How to Use a SF with extended Persistence Context?

Hey, I have a problem to use SF with an Extended Persistence Context Regarding to Transactions. The need for an extended persistence Context emerges for the need to create queries in advance for fast execution so I need to store the queries and I need an EntityManager that doesn't get closed
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in-memory and on-disk support?

I've had a quick read through the features/FAQ and haven't been able to find a clear answer. I'm looking at replacing a setup of H2 where I have 40GB in-memory backed by 800GB on-disk, the 40GB in memory represents the first 40GB of the 800GB on-disk for super-fast recent entry searching
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Index causes increased memory usage

).  Is there some sort of tuning we can do to have both fast queries and not soak up all the memory
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Index on values from a Map

Hi, is there a way to put an Index on the values from an Map? For example, if I have a Map like this: private Map mmsContainer and I want to access it fast in following way: Collection values = mmsContainer.values();   Thanks for you help   Indexes are used
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Integration

is currently disabled - but this might be changed in future versions. Hi, thanks for the fast
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Is persistence version 2.1 supported?

/persistence/persistence_2_1.xsd">
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Is there any faster select method?

the way, an invocation of persist is very fast because it is a memory operation, so actually