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  • From: "caleb racey" <>
  • To: "blair christensen." <>
  • Cc: "Grouper-Users" <>
  • Subject: RE: [grouper-users] MySQL and Grouper
  • Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2007 12:17:20 +0100

I hope to find some time to test hiberbate3/Mysql later on next week

I'll try building from HEAD and then running our 1600 groups 120,000
memberships test data against it - see what it does to performance.

Thanks for adding support



>-----Original Message-----
>Behalf Of blair christensen.
>Sent: 03 October 2007 03:21
>To: caleb racey
>Cc: Michael R. Gettes; Grouper-Users
>Subject: Re: [grouper-users] MySQL and Grouper
>On 9/15/07, caleb racey
> wrote:
>> it mostly works with the exception that the table
>doesn't get created becuase hibernate tries to create something mysql5
>not happy with. The long term solution would be an upgrade to the
>hibernate which has a mysql5 dialect, but that would be non trivial.
>I added preliminary support for Hibernate3 to Grouper HEAD about a
>month ago. As I was crunched for time I did the bare minimum
>amount of work needed to convert the existing Hibernate2 support to
>work with Hibernate3. As such, it is far from optimal, initial
>performance testing was less than inspiring and there had been very
>little testing. GRP-32 has a few *sparse* details.
>If anyone is using Grouper's Hibernate3 code I'd be curious about your
>experiences and bug reports.

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