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From Legolas Woodland <legola...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: What is diffrence(es) between derby.system.home and DERBY_INSTALL ?
Date Mon, 02 Jan 2006 22:56:39 GMT
Bryan Pendleton wrote:
> samer@kanjo.net wrote:
>> 2 & 3. I have not used derby.properties file but I would assume this 
>> file would
>> be in the folder specified by derby.system.home. In my example it 
>> would the
>> derbydata folder. The network server does nothing other than delegate 
>> network
>> requests to the specified database located on the local file system. 
>> As far as
>> I know, the network server cannot be configured with derby.properties or
>> service.properties. 
> derby.properties works fine with the Network Server. As you say, it 
> should
> be placed in the derby.system.home folder. Here's some more information:
> http://db.apache.org/derby/docs/10.1/tuning/ctunsetprop13074.html
> thanks,
> bryan
Thank you all for you helps.
with the following variables , i made a derby.properties ,can you tell 
me whether it is ok or not.
1-derby is installed in  *F:\db-derby-\*  so it is also 
2-all of my databases are located in : *F:\db-derby-\databases , 
##* *I move them myself from different places , does it current my date ?*
in the above folder there are several databases like DB1 , Tutorial , 
testDB ,MyDB .....

now i create the following file and name it derby.properties , i put it 
into  *F:\db-derby-\frameworks\NetworkServer\bin*
the derby.properties file that i made contains the following items


do i put it in right place ?
If i want to have a high load database (in peak time 30 tra / second ) 
with some tables loaded with 1,000,000 records , which other properties 
i should add to *derby.properties* ?

ps : which problem/limitation will derby bring with such high load system ?
sometimes ago i read that some one has problem with its Index creation . 
is it possible that i fail because of derby limitation ?

Thank you all.

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