Enonic version: 7.15.0
OS: Ubuntu 20.04.1
Hello! I’m structuring a system based on Enonic where part of it is content-oriented and part is node-oriented. The content part, which I manage via Content Studio is ok. It has around 1500 objects, which gives me no problem. But the node-part of my system is giving me some pain due to the large amount of nodes I have to deal, which seems to be bigger than Enonic can hold.I have nearly 8 milions of XML files that have some core-data extracted to create the nodes I insert on Enonic, but after some time the server is up, I have some errors like:
- StorageDaoImpl.java - 155 - Cannot store node index
- AdapterActionFuture.java - 70 - Timeout waiting for task.
Based on that, I would like to ask some things:
- Is Enonic able to handle this amount of data in the node api or should I make some external resource to do that, like a stand-alone database where Enonic just connects and query data?
- If it is possible to work entirely with Enonic without the need of external resources, there’s some configuration I can make to handle better this amount of entries?
Any help is appreciated. Thanks!