Reasons to switch databases?

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Reasons to switch databases?

dave_p
Hi,

I know that an external database is a requirement for Artifactory HA, but are there any performance or scalability advantages (with very large collections of artifacts) to moving over to, say, MySQL vs. using the internal Derby database?

What size Artifactory libraries do you guys have, and what kind of performance issues have you run into? (We're pretty satisfied with our performance so far, but we've only migrated a few projects over. Just multiplying it out, we'll probably end up with ~300k artifacts and half a TB of disk usage.)

Thanks,

Dave
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Re: Reasons to switch databases?

dan russell
We are currently in the middle of changing to Mysql from the internal derby database.

We've had no problems with Artifactory serving artifacts, but as our repositories get more populated, we've found the Artifactory UI to be incredibly slow, especially when searching and are hoping that switching DB will help us.

Regards,

Dan

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From: dave_p [mailto:[hidden email]]
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Subject: [Artifactory-users] Reasons to switch databases?

Hi,

I know that an external database is a requirement for Artifactory HA, but are there any performance or scalability advantages (with very large collections of artifacts) to moving over to, say, MySQL vs. using the internal Derby database?

What size Artifactory libraries do you guys have, and what kind of performance issues have you run into? (We're pretty satisfied with our performance so far, but we've only migrated a few projects over. Just multiplying it out, we'll probably end up with ~300k artifacts and half a TB of disk usage.)

Thanks,

Dave



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