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15-10-2015

Hi All,

Some time back I remember reading somewhere in the Adobe documentation that said "Author genrally has 97% read and 3% write operations"

Can you please let me know what comes under 

- Read operations

-What comes under write operations.

Any thoughts on this will be helpful.

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15-10-2015

Hi,

I remember this statement as well, but IIRC it wasn't part of any official documentation.

The basic idea behind it is, that people might think "authoring instace is there for writing, publishing is for reading (delivering pages)". That is not true. When you analyze the requests on an authoring instance, you will likely end up with 97% GETs and 3% POSTs. When we assume a RESTful application this can be translated to "97% read, 3% write".

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15-10-2015

Yes - you are correct - updating the JCR is a write operation. There are 100s of operations that do this. But any time an AEM component updates the JCR - it's a write operation, Retrieving data from the operation is a read operation. 

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15-10-2015

Hi Scott,

Will try to get hold of that documentation.

In the mean while can you please let me know what all operations fall under read and write category.

To me , updating property value in JCR repository would be write and fetching value from it read. Is that correct?

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15-10-2015

Hi Jorg/Scott,

Thank you for your reply.

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15-10-2015

Both Author and Pub have read and write operations. If you can locate and post that document - it would be very helpful.

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15-10-2015

Hi Guys,

Please refer below page

https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/cq/5-6-1/core/administering/cluster.html

"Clearly, the increase in read performance will benefit the publish environment, since it is primarily a read system. Perhaps surprisingly, clustering can also benefit the author environment because even in the author environment the vast majority of interactions with the repository are reads. In the usual case 97% of repository requests in an author environment are reads, while only 3% are writes"

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Narendra