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posted by Sebastien Jourdain at Nov 27, 2007 7:00 PM
Since the security may change, the caching is not on the web page but on the entity bean. This is way this page is a bite slow.
posted by Paul Libbrecht at Nov 27, 2007 5:03 PM
Well… the page does not seem to be caching at all ! Or do I mistake ?


posted by Sebastien Jourdain at Nov 27, 2007 11:46 AM
EJB do the caching for us.
posted by Paul Libbrecht at Nov 26, 2007 10:13 PM

1000 users is already something plausible. This means that you definitely stop doing something such as listing them all on a page, for example, … (at least I suppose, have a pointer?).

What about caching ? I was kind of surprised not see caching in my current system observation, but it may be (I hope) I am wrong.


posted by Sebastien Jourdain at Nov 26, 2007 12:22 PM
We never reach such amont of user, but the reason come from the size of the community that we managed that were around a maximum of a thousand of users.

But there is no reason that Libresource will break above. Mainly, it will depend how your user will stress the server and if they always work together at the same time. The Libresource synchronizer for exemple put the load on the client side, not on the server so this should scale. For the rest of the resource it will realy depends on your community and the way you organized your server.

Anyway, I hope that some other user that are using libresource will post there experience with there own install...


posted by polx at Nov 26, 2007 11:49 AM
Hello Libresourcers,

I am impressed by Libresource… it hasn't been real easy to install thus far but it does answer quite well a need… and I would like to use it more.

One intended deployment expects to reach 30'000 registered users in two years… Did anyone use Libresource with that many users ? With thousands ?

thanks in advance


PS: using my little joe-bo user, or as guest, searching for scalability of gave me… invalid-query ! (but I think this is known)