ormlite 批处理操作

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ormlite 批处理操作

西北野狼 2014-12-08 11:46:00 浏览520
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提高ormlite的批处理速度

http://stackoverflow.com/quegoogstions/11761472/ormlites-createorupdate-seems-slow-what-is-normal-speed

 

This may be the "expected" speed unfortunately. Make sure you are using ORMLite version 4.39 or higher. createOrUpdate(...) was using a more expensive method to test for existing of the object in the database beforehand. But I suspect this is going to be a minimal speed improvement.

If I create 100 new rows then the speed is even slower.

By default Sqlite is in auto-commit mode. One thing to try is to wrap your inserts (or your createOrUpdates) using the the ORMLite Dao.callBatchTasks(...) method.

In by BulkInsertsTest android unit test, the following doInserts(...) method inserts 1000 items. When I just call it:

doInserts(dao);

It takes 7.3 seconds in my emulator. If I call using the callBatchTasks(...) method which wraps a transactions around the call in Android Sqlite:

dao.callBatchTasks(new Callable<Void>() {
    public Void call() throws Exception {
        doInserts(dao);
        return null;
    }
});

It takes 1.6 seconds. The same performance can be had by using the dao.setSavePoint(...)method. This starts a transaction but is not as good as the callBachTasks(...) method because you have to make sure you close your own transaction:

DatabaseConnection conn = dao.startThreadConnection();
Savepoint savePoint = null;
try {
    savePoint = conn.setSavePoint(null);
    doInserts(dao);
} finally {
    // commit at the end
    conn.commit(savePoint);
    dao.endThreadConnection(conn);
}

This also takes ~1.7 seconds.

 

 dao.setsavePoint开始一个事务,但不如callBachTasks(...)方法,因为你必须确保你闭上你自己的事务:

 

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