1/ The database we use is Postgresql version 9.6

I will look at what is happening about the queries in the logs.

We do a vacuum full analyse every 24 hours, for each table we adjust the reindex at the value 5000000 (in properties.xml) with the line :
 <property name="org.apache.manifoldcf.db.postgres.reindex.intrinsiclink" value="5000000" />

Is there an instruction that allows to disable the reindex requested by manifoldcf



Le 08/02/2019 à 16:00, > Karl Wright (par Internet, dépôt user-return-5674-daniel.lirot=developpement-durable.gouv.fr@manifoldcf.apache.org) a écrit :

(1) What database are you using for this?  Some databases require maintenance periodically or have other heavy usage constraints.
(2) Every time a query takes more than an minute to execute, it is logged, along with the query plan.  You need to look at the manifoldcf log to see which queries are problematic before concluding anything.
(3) For every database table, you can individually configure how many table operations approximately occur before MCF re-analyzes the table.  However, it's likely that you have the opposite problem: a bad query plan for the query that queues documents for processing.  That may mean more frequent analysis to prevent.  But we cannot tell that until we understand what queries are taking a long time.


On Fri, Feb 8, 2019 at 8:07 AM LIROT Daniel - SG/SPSSI/CPII/DOSO/ET <Daniel.Lirot@developpement-durable.gouv.fr> wrote:

We use ManifoldCF v2.10, with postgresql (9.6) to crawl our websites.
this represents approximately 1.2 million documents.
We split the crawl into 4 jobs that distribute their results on 3 SOLR collections.
The crawl is powerful up to 500000 documents (25000 to 30000 docs / hour) then the performance decreases strongly in progress, we observe freezes very very long, you might think that the crawl is stopped.
We suspect a reindexing, noticeably of the intrinsiclink table which is very important 85 Million lines.
Is it possible to prohibit re-indexing controlled by manifoldCF?
An other idea ?

best Regards
LIROT daniel