I haven't heard of anyone with that many subcollections before, and I
wouldn't want to hazard a guess about the performance! We would be
interested in hearing about your experiences when your library is
complete, and adding it to this FAQ entry:
think the critical factor would be merging the results of searching each
collection, and how the performance scales would depend on how this is done.
I'm a little curious why you need so many subcollections. Could you
achieve the functionality you need by combining all the subcollections
into one large collection, and using metadata to maintain the splits?
Dominique Babini wrote:
>We would appreciate opinions/experiences about how efficient will
>Greenstone perform a search in the complete set of collections when we
>will have 150 collections with a total of 10.000 documents in 2007.
>Is having 150 individual collections a handicap for performance when
>searching a concept in the complete set of collections?
>Today we have 70 and 4.000 documents, we worry about our future performance
>Thank you for help on this issue
>Dominique and Florencia
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