ObjectWeb Consortium
Search ObjectWeb Mail Archive: 

Advanced Search - Powered by Google


Mail Archive Home | architecture List | December 2003 Index

<--  Date Index  --> <--  Thread Index  -->

Fwd: [college] Fwd: [webmaster] New SourceForge project submitted




Begin forwarded message:

From: "Christophe Ney" <christophe.ney@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mar déc 2, 2003  15:33:17 Europe/Paris
To: "Madl Alfred" <A.Madl@xxxxxxxxxxx>, <college@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: RE: [college] Fwd: [webmaster] New SourceForge project submitted

That is the way I understand it too. I see more synergies with C-JDBC
than monolog. Philippe, could you elaborate?
thanks,
christophe

-----Original Message-----
From: Madl Alfred [mailto:A.Madl@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: samedi 29 novembre 2003 10:32
To: college@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: AW: [college] Fwd: [webmaster] New SourceForge project
submitted


Hi !

Do I understand it right, that this project is about "logging" in the
sense of "writing redundant (maybe binary) information for transaction
handling into a transaction journal" ? This seems to be different from
"logging" in the sense of "write human readable and configurable runtime
information output to a configurable logging channel for the sys admin"
!

Are there any synergies with C-JDBC ? They have a transaction logging
journal for database updates there...

Alfred

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Mathieu Peltier [mailto:mathieu.peltier@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 26. November 2003 21:08
An: college@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Betreff: [college] Fwd: [webmaster] New SourceForge project submitted




----------  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 Journal
Submitted description: Implement a high speed log writter facility that
meets  the performance requirements of projects such as JOTM recovery,
database  journals and other types of software that rely on journals or
logs for  recovery, auditing and other tasks.

Logging facilities currently implemented using pure Java suffer from
performance issues.  In order to maximize transaction throughput it is
necessary to provide logging (also known as journalization) that
performs as  well as native application implementations.  Projects such
as JOTM require a  journalization 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 logging
facility  that 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

-------------------------------------------------------



--
Mathieu Peltier
INRIA Rhône-Alpes - ObjectWeb Consortium
mailto:Mathieu.Peltier@xxxxxxxxxxxx - Phone: +(33) 4 76 61 55 25
http://www.inrialpes.fr/ - http://www.objectweb.org/



--
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




<--  Date Index  --> <--  Thread Index  -->

Reply via email to:

Powered by MHonArc.

Copyright © 1999-2005, ObjectWeb Consortium | contact | webmaster.