Currently, the ELWiki project is being used and improved for personal
Of course, after bringing the project to a stable state - the link will
be presented (the elwiki.org domain has already been prepared).
On Чт, 2018-03-29 at 14:18 +0200, Juan Pablo Santos Rodríguez wrote:
> a little late to chime in, but did wanted to note a couple things:
> - there's a contributed jdbc provider ([#1], referenced at [#2]), so
> it is
> possible to store your wiki pages on a database
> - if I'm not mistaken, all pages aren't stored on memory, references,
> ingoing and outgoing, to them are ([#3]). Those references are
> (page names), so references should be on the order of hundreds of
> bytes, as
> opposed to whole pages. These references are used to perform searches
> top ten lists, unreferenced pages, etc. which otherwise would be
> to make. There's also the lucene index which IIRC is backed by a
> file, and
> ehcache if you're have caching turned on, which you can customize
> too. I've
> never tried to see where the upper limit on pages would be, so I'm
> really sure how many pages JSPWiki can handle on an standard
> Out of curiosity, I've done an mvn tomcat7:run-war with latest
> JSPWiki and
> the default set of pages and the amount of memory it takes is ~60MB,
> on a
> JDK 1.8.0_121, no memory parametrization at all. Would anyone mind
> the amount of pages vs JDK - memory settings vs memory consumed on
> Last, @V.Fedorov, ELWiki looks really interesting! is there any link
> could use to refer to it at
> https://jspwiki-wiki.apache.org/Wiki.jsp?page=JSPWikiApplications ?
> best regards,
> juan pablo
> #1]: https://github.com/djemerson01/jspwiki-jdbcprovider
> [#2]: https://jspwiki-
> On Thu, Mar 22, 2018 at 7:16 PM, V. Fedorov <fedorov...@yandex.ru>
> > Believe it or not, but the JSPwiki code is already ported on
> > components
> > - OSGi of a bandles, and...:
> > - the layer of visualization has produced with use of Eclipse RAP;
> > - data are submitted by EMF model;
> > - the persistence of data is carried out by means of CDO.
> > Screenshot of the functioning wiki - see
> > https://yadi.sk/i/UezpmVo63Tf4
> > 2g
> > (in the picture: at the left - IDE; on the right - the browser with
> > ElWiki).
> > There is a one change in syntax of a wiki-marking - for references
> > between pages it is required to specify the page identifier.
> > For example: [Sample page | @218]
> > Because of it the name wiki is: ElWiki (Enhanced links wiki).
> > The data model of these pages is organized hierarchically,
> > references
> > between them are based on identifiers of pages.
> > So existence of pages with identical names, for example in
> > different
> > branches of wiki is possible.
> > Used data model is presented here -
> > https://yadi.sk/i/jaljk1m23Tf3zw
> > In the presented realization there is no need to load all pages,
> > for
> > processing of communications between them.
> > Work on the project is continued. (changes has been started and
> > continuing by me)
> > PS: In general, I use JSPwiki for logging of my practices, notes
> > from
> > books, articles.
> > Though in my option - the pages of JSPwiki are stored in the
> > database,
> > not on a disk,
> > but in general, loading all pages in memory, impossibility to set
> > the
> > any name of page, and etc. -- doesn't suit me now.
> > On Чт, 2018-03-22 at 08:26 +0100, Jürgen Weber wrote:
> > >
> > > guess not, on startup JSPWiki loads all pages into memory to
> > > parse
> > > intra-page links.
> > >
> > > 2018-03-22 5:24 GMT+01:00 dagarwa...@gmail.com
> > >
> > > :
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > JspWiki uses filesystem instead of a conventional database.
> > > > Would
> > > > you suggest using jspwiki if it were to cater to 1billion page
> > > > ?
> > > > (Provided, a solid backup mechanism ). Would it scale that much
> > > > with both performance and data-integrity perspective ?