QueueCatalog - asynchronous cataloging
A QueueCatalog delegates most requests to a ZCatalog that is named as part of the QueueCatalog configuration.
Requests to catalog or uncatalog objects are queued. They must be processed by a separate process (or thread).
The queuing provides benefits:
- Content-management operations, performed by humans, complete much faster, this making the content-management system more effiecient for it’s users.
- Catalog updates are batched, which makes indexing much more efficient.
- Indexing is performed by a single thread, allowing more effecient catalog document generation and avoiding conflict errors from occuring during indexing.
- When used with ZEO, indexing might e performed on the same machine as the storage server, making updates faster.
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