« Bigger Datasets | Main | Rewrite Rule Engine »


Optimizing, finally...

The good thing about working with large datasets is that it makes you want to optimize your code...

Today, I rewrote Wilbur's triple store indexing code, and load speed went from 2200 triples/sec to 2600 triples/sec (on my 1.67 MHz Powerbook). Also query performance was improved.

Posted by ora at 00:01


Really cool. As I know sesame and Jena with file storage seems to be slowly (this pertinents to loading triples from file).

Posted by: Pavel at March 24, 2006 02:28 AM

Wilbur only uses a main-memory triple store at the moment. Still, I am happy about the current speed (well, not so happy that I would stop optimizing...).

Posted by: Ora Lassila at March 24, 2006 05:38 AM