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benchmarking the sones GraphDB (Mono vs. .Net)

Sep 11, 2010, 15:04 (4 Talkback[s])


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"Since we're at it – we not only took the new Mono garbage col­lec­tor through it's paces regard­ing lin­ear scal­ing but we also made some inter­est­ing mea­sure­ments when it comes to query per­for­mance on the two .NET plat­form alternatives.

"The same data was used as in the last arti­cle about the Mono GC. It's basi­cally a set of 200.000 nodes which hold between 15 to 25 edges to instances of another type of nodes. One INSERT oper­a­tion means that the start­ing node and all edges + con­nected nodes are inserted at once.

"We did not use any bulk load­ing opti­miza­tions – we just fed the sones GraphDB with the INSERT queries. We tested on two plat­forms – on Win­dows x64 we used the Microsoft .NET Frame­work and on Linux x64 we used a cur­rent Mono 2.7 build which soon will be replaced by the 2.8 release."

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