"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
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