CIFS interface slows down / out of heap space

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omegerard
Member II

CIFS interface slows down / out of heap space

Hi,

The CIFS interface is rather slow.

I have the impression that whenever Alfresco is required to do something that goes against its security principles, the CIFS interface slowly runs out of memory. I cannot remember having the same phenomenon in version 1.0 (which might be consistent with the observation that it has something to do with security issues).

In any case, during the pilot test that we have been doing, I had to restart the server a number of times.

Can anyone else report similar behaviour?


Regards

Ludo
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omegerard
Member II

Re: CIFS interface slows down / out of heap space

Some lines from the logfile that might be related to what I just reported:

09:39:23,353 WARN  [node.integrity.IntegrityChecker] Found 1 integrity violations:
Duplicate child associations are not allowed:
   Association: Association[ class=ClassDef [ name={http://www.alfresco.org/model/content/1.0}folder], name={http://www.alfresco.org/model/content/1.0}contains, target class={http://www.alfresco.org/model/system/1.0}base, source role=null, target role=null]
   Name: {http://www.alfresco.org/model/content/1.0}move

Can anyone tell me what a duplicate child association is?

Regards
Ludo
omegerard
Member II

Re: CIFS interface slows down / out of heap space

To be more precise, the error message listed in the previous post is generated when I move a document from the "Private" space into a "Check Out" space that has the following rules:

- Check out content to "Work Space" (Any items)
- Move to "Private" (Any items)

What's wrong here?

Regards

Ludo
kevinr
Active Member II

Re: CIFS interface slows down / out of heap space

Can you try the settings here:

http://www.alfresco.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=682

it should significantly improve performance! Particularly of CIFS as that uses more temporary memory than most interfaces.

The duplicate child association warning normally informs that two items with the same name have been created under the same folder…?

Thanks,

Kevin