Re: Typical insert speed of janusgraph?

Alan Wang <alanw...@...>

Thank you, Abhay. This really helps me a lot.

On Monday, November 4, 2019 at 4:38:54 PM UTC, Abhay Pandit wrote:
Hi Alan,

I guess 300 edges per second is pretty much good speed with normal ingestion.

Also try scaling elastic & cassandra if that helps to scale more.

Here bulkloader vertex program can also be useful.
With Bulk loader Vertex Program I am able to create 3.8 M vertex in 9 min and 1M edges in 20 min.


On Mon, 4 Nov 2019 at 20:24, Alan Wang <al...@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Thank you for reading this.

I am trying to write a large amount of data into janusgraph with cql. The problem I meet was that the create speed was slow, about 300 edges per second. 

The gremlin statement is probably like this:

g.addE('EDGE').from(g.V(id1)).to(g.V(id2)).property('name', name).next()

I've used multithreading in one transaction, it's really faster than a single thread, but it's not particularly obvious.

What is the typical write TPS of janusgraph? Is normal 300 new edges per second?

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