9 Replies Latest reply on Feb 25, 2011 2:57 AM by cheaway

    Envers performance with huge audit tables



      I am auditing my JEE application with JBoss Evers and the nature of my application causes the audit table to grow very fast. The historic data is queried infrequently and access time is not really an issue, apart from the data from the last week. This data IS queried frequently and access needs to be fast. Ideally, I would split the data and distribute it over two tables, with the older data in compressed format. Unfortunately, Envers does not allow spreading data over multiple tables as far as I can tell from the docs.

      Does somebody have any idea what would be the best way to achieve this?



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