>> What's slowing things down is this: My conversion of findAll()'s returntype (i.e. a ClosableIterable) into a Collection (via
IteratorUtil.asCollection(...) is what's taking up the majority of the time.
Has anyone come across this before? All my nodes/relationships are left at
On Friday, September 28, 2012 5:08:32 PM UTC-4, BtySgtMajor wrote:
> Actually, something I just came across and hadn't anticipated.
> The repository call is actually pretty quick; on the order of several
> While it could be better (given that it's only 550 nodes being returned),
> What's slowing things down is this: My conversion of findAll()'s return
> So, this is either something I've forgotten about since my hardcore Java
> Thoughts are welcome (I've probably overlooked something obvious).
> So, long story short: The timing code I need can likely wait until I have
> BTW, I found that the findAll() method was just as quick (if not quicker)
> Thanks again guys! Very excited going through all this!
> On Friday, September 28, 2012 3:55:29 PM UTC-4, BtySgtMajor wrote:
>> Hi Michael,
>> What you're proposing in terms of adding time logging for repos/queries
>> I'll give the logging proxy bit a look as I have a chance. As for the
>> With respect to my code, there's really not all that much.
>> Essentially, from within one of my Spring MVC controllers, I have a
>> Collection<Game> allGames =
>> And, the "gameRepository" is declared like this:
>> public interface GameRepository extends GraphRepository<Game>,
>> That's about it. Just keeping things simple.
>> The "Game" model does have a few relationships; however, all
>> Currently, running the code above takes, on average, about 35s to
>> If I run the same query via Cypher on the Neo4j console, it takes a
>> Also, if I just fetch a single game via the gameId via SDN, it takes
>> So, like I said, early days, and I'm trying to really dig in and find
>> Let me know if you want/need additional info/code and, if so, what it
>> Thanks again, Michael!
>> On Friday, September 28, 2012 2:01:30 PM UTC-4, Michael Hunger wrote:
>>> that is a good point actually.
>>> I can add time logging to the repositories / queries in SDN. Due to the
>>> Can you share some of the code you're talking about?
>>> An more or less easy way to do it for you might be putting a
>>> Alternatively if you're more adventurous adding a filter (via an
>>> Am 28.09.2012 um 08:26 schrieb BtySgtMajor:
>>> Hi all,
>>> So I'm getting into some good stuff here as I dig into Neo4j deeper.
>>> My question is this: Is there a way in the server/logging config in
>>> Thanks in advance! Exciting times!
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