Using Bucket Data Types slowed insert performance
cmancini at basho.com
Tue Oct 20 11:22:57 EDT 2015
I am not the most experienced, but what I do know is that a file that size
causes a great deal of network chatter because it has to handoff that data
to the other nodes in the network and will cause delays in Riak's ability
to send and confirm consistency across the ring. Typically we recommend
that you try to structure your objects to around 1mb or less to ensure
consistent performance. That max object size can vary of course based on
your network / server specs and configuration.
I hope this helps.
On Tue, Oct 20, 2015 at 8:18 AM Dennis Nicolay <dnicolay at orcawave.net>
> I’m using .net RiakClient 2.0 to insert a 44mb delimited file with 139k
> rows of data into riak. I switched to a map bucket data type with
> registers. It is taking about 3 times longer to insert into this bucket
> vs non data typed bucket. Any suggestions?
> Thanks in advance,
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