Time took to load a xbrl document of 2 MB - 3 minutes
Space taken by database folder - 195 MB
Time took to load a xbrl document of 8 MB - 11 minutes
Space taken by database folder - 253 MB
What is the reason for so much time and space. Is this expected. Between i copied the xml to my localhost and ran the commands so it cant of any network's .
Command ran and output received - https://gist.github.com/2225829
That sounds very slow and very demanding of database space. I presume you are using the Oracle Berkeley XML Database? Can you look at how many documents have been loaded during the process? If the instance causes discovery of a huge DTS, that might account for the performance issues.
Yes , i am using berkely db.
I just loaded the 2 links shown in the gist.
You can see the size of each file i downloaded in the cache directory
I discovered that one of my basic assumption was wrong.
I had taken the assumption that the files required for processing xbrl are as follows
aapl-20111231_cal.xml aapl-20111231_def.xml aapl-20111231_lab.xml aapl-20111231_pre.xml aapl-20111231.xml aapl-20111231.xsd
But then it turns out it needs more file to do the same.
Can you tell me what kind of files its trying to pull ?
Still it doesnt adds up , for what purpose is the 200 mb database folder used for ? Is it anything related to berkely db metadata or something ?
Hello @Geoff ,
If there is any more input that you need to analyze the problem , let me know.
Meanwhile can you tell me what is the reason for this behavior ?
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