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From: Michael.Giroux@xxxxxxxx Date: Lun déc 1, 2003 15:37:51 Europe/Paris To: Philippe Merle <Philippe.Merle@xxxxxxx>Cc: college@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, Mathieu.Peltier@xxxxxxxxxxxx, Philippe.Merle@xxxxxxx, David.Egolf@xxxxxxxx Subject: Re: [college] Fwd: [webmaster] New SourceForge project submittedPhilippe,1. One of the target users of the project is JOTM, and JOTM with GERONIMO. Because of the potential for use by GERONIMO, we need to use BSD license.2. It is too early to say if the MonoLog API can be used or if a new APIwill be required. We have talked about the benefit to the entire JOnASproject if the MonoLog API can be used, but no conclusions have been madeyet. The primary objective of the project is performance. It has been observed that MonoLog, Log4j, and the Sun J2SE 1.4 logger all have a performance problem. Some of the performance is due to the flexibility these interfaces provide. The first activity of our project will be tostudy these logging facilities and understand the performance issue. We will be able to propose an API once we understand the problems that existin the current facilities. 3. To date, the JOTM project lead (David Egolf) has identified a requirement for a more performant journal for use in JOTM to supportrestart and recovery features. Also, David has discussed with the GERONIMOteam a need for journals that perform better than the J2SE 1.4 log facility, and Log4j. So far, there has been no development. Michael Giroux Philippe Merle<Philippe.Merle@l To: michael.giroux@xxxxxxxx, college@xxxxxxxxxxxxx ifl.fr> cc: Mathieu.Peltier@xxxxxxxxxxxx Sent by: Subject: Re: [college] Fwd: [webmaster] New SourceForge projectPhilippe.Merle@li submitted fl.fr 11/27/2003 02:33 Hello, Your project seems to be interesting for the ObjectWeb middleware community. The ObjectWeb college of architects should status on your project submission. In order to help us, could you reply to the following questions: 1) Why would you like to start a project under the BSD license? The ObjectWeb recommanded license is LGPL. 2) Do you think that your work could be part of a larger initiative on logging? If yes, what relations could be built between your project and the MonoLog project? Could your High Performance Journal use the API defined by the MonoLog project? If no, why? 3) What is the status of the implementation of the proposed project? Best Regard Philippe Merle President of the ObjectWeb College of Architects Mathieu Peltier wrote:---------- Forwarded Message ---------- Subject: [webmaster] New SourceForge project submitted Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2003 16:34:49 +0100 From: michael.giroux@xxxxxxxx To: webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxxx New SourceForge project submitted Project full name: High Performance JournalSubmitted description: Implement a high speed log writter facility thatmeetsthe performance requirements of projects such as JOTM recovery, database journals and other types of software that rely on journals or logs forrecovery, auditing and other tasks. Logging facilities currently implemented using pure Java suffer fromperformance issues. In order to maximize transaction throughput it isnecessary to provide logging (also known as journalization) thatperforms aswell as native application implementations. Projects such as JOTMrequire ajournalization facility that provides high performance and guaranteed flushes to allow for reliable transaction recovery. The primary goal of this project is to provide a persistent loggingfacilitythat does not cause measurable performance degradation. License: bsd Please visit the following URL to approve or reject this project: https://forge.objectweb.org/admin/approve-pending.php -------------------------------------------------------A+ Philippe Merle -- __________________________________________________ Dr. Philippe Merle - INRIA Scientist Researcher at Laboratoire d'Informatique Fondamentale de Lille UPRESA 8022 CNRS - U.F.R. I.E.E.A. - Batiment M3 Universite des Sciences et Technologies de Lille 59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq CEDEX France Phone: (33) (0)3 20 33 70 24 Fax: (33) (0)3 20 43 65 66 E-Mail: Philippe.Merle@xxxxxxx Home Page: http://www.lifl.fr/~merle See also: http://www.objectweb.org/ http://corbaweb.lifl.fr/ __________________________________________________ --You receive this message as a subscriber of the college@xxxxxxxxxxxxx mailing list.To unsubscribe: mailto:college-unsubscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxx For general help: mailto:sympa@xxxxxxxxxxxxx?subject=help ObjectWeb mailing lists service home page: http://www.objectweb.org/wws
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