I've got an issue that I could use some help on. I have several
processes that make intensive uses of eXist, either by storing files,
XUpdates, or XPath queries and reads. What I've noticed is that processor
utilization never goes above 50% for a single session. I can start a
process under a different session and then I can max out the processor, but
this introduces the overhead of establishing multiple sessions. (By the
way, I'm using SOAP)
My goal would be to use a single session ID and to max out the
processors. Does anybody know where the throttling is happening and if
there's a way to disable it? Failing that, does anybody know if this is a
Java issue or is it something specific to one of the components of eXist.
Any help would be appreciated.