[Neo4j] Configuring Neo4J via Python bindings
michael.hunger at neotechnology.com
Fri Oct 14 05:37:22 CEST 2011
What do you mean by "ground to a halt" ? Is it using all available CPU or heavy IO-waits (top, iostat, vmstat)?
A thread dump (via jps + jstack ) would be great.
You can probably pass in the config map into the Graph database call.
Current config is logged to messages.log, please share that too as well as your system parameters (OS, CPU, RAM, Type of disk).
Am 13.10.2011 um 23:52 schrieb Chris Diehl:
> Hey All,
> I just tested a Python script I've been working on to construct a
> multi-relational graph in Neo4j. I am using the new Python bindings for
> embedded Neo4j. After creating about 18K nodes, the database ground to a
> In the past, when using Gremlin, I would up the heap size for the JVM when
> encountering problems. I'm not sure how to tweak settings for the JVM now
> that I'm using the Python bindings to fire up the database. Can I do that
> from the GraphDatabase() call? Or do I need to look elsewhere to tweak the
> JVM parameters?
> If you have any other suggestions about parameters I should change, I'm all
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