On 26/04/11 22:24, Stuart Yeates wrote:
>> Has anyone here done substantial work using eXist with TEI-encoded
>> files? Ideally, I'd like to hear about experiences with creating (and have
>> a look at examples of) interfaces for using eXist to search aggregations
>> of texts. But any and all anecdotes are welcome.
> My experience is one of failure to scale up.
> I'd be very interested to hear from anyone putting more than
> 500MB of TEI into eXist and running non-trivial xpath or jQuery
> queries over it with response times of less than 5 seconds or so.
> 64 bit hardware / OS / Java does help, but not much
I probably should have mentioned:
Which is a now-dormant project to build a bi-lingual tool based on pairs
of bible translations. It flounded on the speed of eXist to do complex
queries, Interesting files include:
with the list of xpath expressions to optimise for
with the cache options for eXist
Library Technology Services http://www.victoria.ac.nz/library/