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Groups members, versioning and JV_R_BUNDLE growth

by  deweg »  2016/02/10 13:39

Hi,

I'm observing a costant growth of the JV_R_BUNDLE table (actually 22gb+).

I notice Jahia create a new version of a group for each new user. So, if i have 5000 nodes, new user = new history version with k nodes.

I'm simultaing 5000k of users and for each 4-5 registration the JV_R_BUNDLE growth of 50mb!!!

How i can turn off versioning of this nodes? I'm making some errors on saving users on groups? 

Could someone help me?

Thanks

Deweg

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Re: Groups members, versioning and JV_R_BUNDLE growth

by  theklem »  2016/02/10 14:03

Hi, the nb. of versions created has been drastically reduced in Digital Factory 6.7 nearly three years ago.

If you are a Digital Factory Entreprise customer, I cannot but encourage you to upgrade. If you are using the Community edition, maybe install 6.7 test an export and reimport of your projects on 6.7 to ensure that everything works fine then put that version live. It really depends on the complexity of your environment and of your project(s).

Going to the latest version 7.1.1 would be much better but may requier some extra work depending on the complexity of your modules (if they contain java classes, etc.).

 

 

  • Re: Groups members, versioning and JV_R_BUNDLE growth
    2016/02/10 14:03

    theklem <p>Hi, the nb. of versions created has been drastically reduced&nbsp;in Digital Factory 6.7 nearly three years ago.</p> <p>If you are a Digital Factory Entreprise customer, I cannot but encourage you to upgrade. If you are using the&nbsp;Community edition, maybe install 6.7 test an export and reimport of your projects on 6.7&nbsp;to ensure that everything works fine then put that version live. It really depends on the complexity of your environment and of your project(s).</p> <p>Going to the latest version 7.1.1 would be much better but may requier some extra work depending on the complexity of your modules (if they contain java classes, etc.).</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

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