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Hmm this isnt really appropriate...
The scheduler works on the notion of recurring job's.
What you want here is a one off task at System Startup, it would =
probably be more sensible to extend the Triggers mechanism in eXist to =
also have events for startup and shutdown. Should be fairly easy I =
Adam Retter a =E9crit :
> Hmm this isnt really appropriate...
> The scheduler works on the notion of recurring job's.
I'm sure there is a still unexplicit need for *re*priming the cache ;-)
You bet ?
From: Gary Larsen <gary.larsen@en...> - 2006-11-28 18:00:29
I'm glad this subject wasn't totally off-base :-)
> I'm sure there is a still unexplicit need for *re*priming the
> cache ;-)
>From watching the performance behavior of queries I'm trying to figure out
how the cache is working. Running an initial query in a range index like:
will take a while, but the next query:
will be quick. So I assume that the cache is gathering info on ALL the
//lookupInfo/objectClass nodes and that this info will be in the cache until
it gets rotated out.
Does that sound about right?