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Performance Issues After Migrating to ObjectDB - Urgent Assistance Required

performance. Server and Configuration Details: Server: The VM is running on Ubuntu 20.04 with 70GB RAM ... the usage of resources like RAM and CPUs. We have taken several steps to improve performance, including

In memory processing for ObjectDB

You can use ObjectDB in a pure in memory mode by using a RAM drive. However, high performance is also expected when using ObjectDB on an ordinary drive with a large cache, or if large RAM is available and used

Performance with large databases

the ratio between the database size and the available RAM. As long as the available RAM is larger

Empty temporary dat files in the temp folder

memory usage. Did you mean high RAM usage in addition to these files? support Support Hello, with memory (in the title) we mean the unexpected high disk usage of the *.dat files, not RAM. I prepared

Performance and memory usage of queries

, so ObjectDB needs RAM in the size of the database itself. Obviously deleting the entire database file

Objectdb server out of heap space

(which is usually much lower than your physical machine RAM) using the -Xmx JVM option, if necessary

Multiple files support for search and persist

disks, and splitting read activity between slave servers. increasing RAM

Server crash - Mismatch client-server protocol prefix

exception, and allocating sufficient RAM solves the problem. We should check how future versions

Negative snapshot user count exception

this exception is the result of an OutOfMemoryError exception, and allocating sufficient RAM solves

database corrupt

our configuration server: 12 CPUs, 96 GByte RAM, SSDDrive, Server 2012 R2 <!-- ObjectDB

Getting Started

ObjectDB is very easy to use. Follow the Getting Started Tutorial and the Quick Tour manual chapter and in minutes you may be able to write and run first Java programs against ObjectDB.

Prior knowledge or experience in database programming (SQL, JDBC, ORM, JPA, etc.) is not required, but some background in using the Java language is essential.

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