- Performance Improvement
Re: Performance Improvement
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Thank you for your response. I am not sure, how I can build janusgraph from the master branch. If you can share step's/procedure to do the same, I can check otherwise need to wait for the new release.
My use case consists of a single node label and self-relation between them. You consider it as BOM in the supply chain.
The janusgraph and Cassandra configurations are the same which are set as default while installing.
The data loading script takes the CSV files as input, divides the files into different batches, and loads the batches using multi-threading. If you need more details, I can share a generic script with you and also the metrics.
Thanks & Regards,
On Mon, Jul 26, 2021 at 1:38 PM Boxuan Li <liboxuan@...
Would you be able to build JanusGraph from master branch and try again? The upcoming 0.6.0 release contains many optimizations which might be helpful.
Without knowing more details of your use case (your queries, your loading script, your JanusGraph configs, your JanusGraph metrics, your Cassandra metrics), it’s very hard to give any concrete suggestion. Anyway, I would strongly recommend you try out the master version first and see how it goes.
I am using janusgraph for a while. The use case which I am working on consists of 1.5 million nodes and 3 million edges. Prepared a batch loading groovy script. The performance of the data loading script is as follows:
Nodes: 5 mins
Edges: 13 mins
Total: 18 mins
Also, the count query including edges takes mins to execute.
Both Janusgraph(0.5.2) and Cassandra are installed on the same instance.
RAM: 92 GB
I want expert suggestions/steps which can be followed to improve the performance. Request you to share your thoughts regarding the same.
Thanks & Regards,
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