Omnis Data Bridge speed
Which ODB version is used ?
In 1.62 release notes :
Windows. Omnis Data Bridge is limited to a maximum of 2048 file
handles on Windows. This limit has been removed by switching to a
different file API.
We face down this problem so we try to use this version, it works, but
too much slowly than before, so we rollback to previous version.
I haven’t try newer version and don’t know if performances have been improved,
never submitted this performance issue cause it’s maybe the time to
leave an “old or obsolete technology” (to quote omnis website)
2017-10-01 12:38 UTC+02:00, Marc De Roover <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> We are using an 6 drive Raid-6 system on our server and feel this is a
> good solution:
> – many spindles increase data access speed
> – fault tolerance due to Raid-6
> A better solution would be to usz a ZFS based system, since it would
> also protect data integrity.
> PS: could your speed issue be related to single-user vs multi-user mode
> On 29 Sep 2017, at 23:25, Ben Weinberg wrote:
>> I’m running ODB on a Windows 2008 server and, for testing, I
>> compared the speed of building a list using ODB and then using the
>> same Omnis Native datafile locally on my Mac. The list takes 46
>> seconds to build on the server but 2 seconds to build on my Mac.
>> While this is consistent with my results over previous tests, I wonder
>> if there is a way to speed ODB up? Network and switches are 1000Gb.
>> Ben Weinberg
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