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Optimization Folder and Export


rishabha.singh
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Dear Team, 

 

I must  congratulate the Intella team for Intella Connect 1.8  and hope to see more features in coming years.  

 

This is a basic fundamental question and I will really appreciate if our forum members share their views on it.

 

On a RAID 5 configuration system  (1 GB RAID Controller Card) having SSD drives (samsung),  eight core process (X64 Built - XEON), 64 GB ECC DIMM  and Intel Chipset 602:

 

1. How do i maximise the benefits of an Optimization Folder?

 

2. Does the minimum requirement of independent hard disk for Optimization folder applicable on a RAID 5 configuration?

 

 

With the above mentioned configuration, I tried to export a load file (Relativity) for a case size of 432 GB. 

 

During the export of Load File, there are no other application running on the Intella Server. 

 

Based on the Intella User Guide manual 1.8, I made necessary changes in the Intella Configuration files and affixed a dedicated 24 GB RAM. 

 

Observation:

 

During exporting as a Load File ( Relativity) the amount of time for 5000 export items is approximately 26 Hours. 

 

PDF and Image Rendering : Enabled (Image DPI : 200) (Output : TIFF) 

 

Meta Data: Enabled

 

Both Original Or Extracted  is selected 

 

Now:

 

Is there a way of reducing the time for exporting remaining 43000 entries ? (Intella mentions 8 Days to export it)

 

Workaround*:

 

The remaining 43000 entries is exported in 8 hours!!

 

During exporting of the 43000 entries, following steps were taken:

 

PDF and Image Rendering : Disabled

 

Meta Data: Disabled

 

Only extracted  is selected 

 

* This is specifically based on client to client requirement and not a generic step to be followed. 

 

I hope to see your views on the forum. 

 

Thank You 

 

Rishabha 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hello Rishabha,

 

Exporting time is mostly spent for original format and PDF/image rendering, so disabling it speeds things up a lot.

 

If this is not an option, reducing image resolution may also help, though at the cost of degraded printing quality.

 

Unfortunately, I cannot think of a specific disk (Optimization folder) configuration that would make the process faster :(

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