...of writing code and extending the software and less attention was given to performance. Each presenter focussed on their middleware and few side-by-side compariso
...perations but that one should test the tool in question and not assume its performance is adequate to the given task. Such a test may show an entirely different a
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* They say: “A powerful, high performance object/relational persistence and query service.”
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* [[PostgreSQL Performance Tips]]
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...but it is thought that a mix of the Hibernate table prefetching and cache performance caused most of it. By this point we had to start using a disk based cache f
Another possible cause of performance problems is the fact that, by default, when an object is fetched you get al
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...top of the Apache Lucene project framework, which is an Open-source, high-performance, full-featured text search engine library written entirely in Java. It uses
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...fixes to GBrowse2 that allow you to display > 1000 tracks with reasonable performance, but I've never tested in the 10,000 track range.
If you combine wiggle data into subtracks, then performance in GBrowse2 should be quite good. There is also an interface that lets you
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* Performance is not as bad as you might guess
Note that speed is relative: one can find bad performance using the wrong SQL and Chado::AutoDBI approach will be speedier.
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...ime there is a new check-in to your code repository, you can track whether performance regresses beyond just noise in the measurements. To profile your code in Pe
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* Performance tweaks for Hibernate can be quite complicated to setup for bulk operations.
...RT is currently handling ~6 million features in production with only minor performance problems.
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* Optimised for read-only performance
* Performance optimisation
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samples from Medline, GenBank, and others. Performance has been good,
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Performance has been improved when uploading large 3d party annotation
Performance is a concern when viewing large numbers of uploaded
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...ySQL]] or some other sort of database management system, this assures good performance even if you have very large amounts of data in GFF format. This is accompli
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...result in poorer performance. This is one of several areas in Chado where performance
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transaction performance is also unknown. FlyBase makes a practice of
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...d with the flat-file based implementation a bit and decide you need better performance.
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...suitable for use on Linux and other Unix-like platforms. It also contains performance and maintenance hints useful for all systems.
...small C subroutine for nucleotide alignments. This will vastly improve the performance of the gbrowse_details script when displaying alignments. To use this featu
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...[Modware]] for the newer Chado schema, and tuning PostgreSQL to get better performance.
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**Performance - See [[PostgreSQL Performance Tips]].
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...ps and therefore the speed of the lookups can have a substantial impact on performance. If both of these parameters are set to '''false''' then the chado/JDBC ad
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== Performance tweaks ==
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* Uploading a Wig file now generates a BigWig database for improved performance and scalability. This requires Bio::DB::BigWig to be installed.
* Improved performance when working with truly huge (>1000 track definition) configuration files.
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* High Performance Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (HiBB)
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...Mine code, in particular taking responsibility for the database access and performance of the system.
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* major data loading and query/export performance improvements
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...et to false to use hybrid disk/memory store which provides a little slower performance
...et to false to use hybrid disk/memory store which provides a little slower performance
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* [http://wiki.postgresql.org/wiki/Performance_Optimization Performance Optimization]
...FAQ#How_do_I_tune_the_database_engine_for_better_performance.3F PostgreSQL performance FAQ]
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...ual table) and turning it into a real table that can be indexed for better performance. While [[PostgreSQL]] doesn't support maintenance of materialized views, w
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...us more features on the other hand. With either platform you will get good performance, excellent documentation, and well-supported software. Postgres was picked
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I propose adding another link to this scheme as I feel it could help with performance and simplify some queries. The new relationship would be as follows:
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The server will cache track images for a period of time in order to speed up performance. After the time has expired, the cached version of the image will not be us
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...>GBrowse Configuration: Changing defaults and displays, adding tracks, and performance tuning
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Some performance numbers:
....net/ Jena] / [http://jena.hpl.hp.com/wiki/TDB TDB] gives much better load performance (~15-30K tps), on 64 bit system with [http://aws.amazon.com/ebs/ Amazon EBS
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...out GBrowse 2, the next major release of GBrowse. This release focuses on performance and stability. GBrowse 2 will be cluster aware:
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*** Include performance tips and discussion of backups.
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.... The BED format is essentially the same as GFF3 and does not give you any performance advantages over using straight GFF3. However, you are dealing with features
*For the intial upload to the website, there is more of a performance hit associated with BED formatted data. After loading, access and rendered
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...parts of [[GBrowse]]. SynBrowse2 need particular improvements in run-time performance and its alignment parsing tools. Ideally, programmers will develop SynBrow
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...is release of GBrowse comes with a variety of user interface enhancements, performance improvements, bug fixes and a security fix. This release come courtesy of
* Caching of individual tracks for better performance; use "cache time" option to control.
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...gration keys and priorities are configured and validated, a BioPax parser, performance enhancements and some webapp fixes.
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=== High Performance ===
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...rce-specific files to be shorter and more concise. This also increases the performance for sites that use hundreds of configuration files to display annotations o
...ses and machines via a series of "slave" renderers. This greatly increases performance.
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...y data in which a feature might extend from one chromosome to another. For performance reasons, you may not wish to read the entire chromosome-length feature into
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...pread out the work of generating GBrowse pages, thereby achieving improved performance. A slave can be attached to a particular track, a particular set of tracks,
...rocess; however it is possible to launch multiple processes for a possible performance boost. The three databases are located on a single NFS-mounted volume, so t
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Those who want to obtain the best performance should consider the mod_perl, or FastCGI Apache modules:
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* Please rank the relative performance of the Help Desk in each of 5 areas.
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...n a 1000 features or so, GBrowse will begin to slow down. You can increase performance by using the BerkeleyDB backend. In exactly the way that you did with the i
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...ck data is purged from the system. Caching for up to a few hours increases performance because users frequently reload the same region. Caching for longer periods
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