It isn’t a conference until you hear Ed Bueche talk. This is the can’t miss session of the conference if you do Documentum work.
- Don’t put a user into thousands of groups
- Hundreds is ok
- Arises in Project/workspace/room oriented content organizations
- Happens to few users, but is usually the important users with visibility into everything
- Recommendation: Leverage larger organizational groupings and create consolidated groups
- Essentially create a group with broad rights and put the powerful users into those groups and use those groups directly into the ACLs
- May need to cap the JVM at 1 GB, even if the application server can handle more, the garbage collection starts to cause response time issues
- Upgrade to 5.3 sp6 or D6 sp1 to get the performance improvements in the UCF
- Turn off virus scanning of archives and the directories used by the UCF client
- Can use XQuery on the repository (XML Store) using the IDfXQuery interface
- Results as XML or bytes
- XQuery updates not supported at this point, have to use setfile in normal DFC operations
- X-Hive is deployed with the Java Method Server
- Full Security support (Not news. Non-support would have been news as it is worthless without it)
- (A lot on why X-Hive and the XML Store makes XML processing better and faster for ingesting and querying)
- Partial page refresh in Webtop for 6.5
- less roundtrips
- Random-Access through a file in 6.0 in TaskSpcce and some support in Webtop, extension of byte-serving
- The pre-caching of content in BOCS can be based off of tasks in a work-queue
- The second session will cover the D6.5 Archive and D7+
Coffee time and then the booths. Don’t think I’m going to another session today.
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One thought on “EMC World 2008: Documentum Performance, Scalability, and Sizing – Part 1”
Thank you so much for your blogging coverage. Didn’t make it to EMCWorld this year, but still able to keep up through you. Thanks again.
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