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    • Type: Improvement
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: High
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: None
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    • Regression:
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      Description

      In the eventual/_queue folder, there is no segregation between delete's and add's.
      This is in case of no-NFS "cluster" configurations.

      However, in past NFS configurations, inside the eventual there was always separation between pre/add/delete.

      This separation is important, because in situations where there are lots of "delete" in the eventual, this can impact the performance of uploads/downloads, which was not the case when there was separation.

      A scenario:
      Removed 5,000,000 artifacts from Artifactory, then run GC.
      GC caused in 5,000,000 files inside the eventual/_queue folder.
      Due to this, now all threads, even just upload/download is slow due to:

      java.io.File.list()
      

      If we had separation as in the past, this would not happen.
      Alternatively, if we can create sub-folders in the eventual/_queue, with checksum prefixes such as in filestore, this may help too.

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                Reporter:
                arielk Ariel Kabov
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