[Mondrian] Re: TPCH-H for Mondrian
swood at jaspersoft.com
Sat Dec 22 14:20:13 EST 2007
Good paper, thanks.
I have done a lot of the schema optimizations he talks about, but am not
going to change DBGEN, as I think it is important to stay close to the
data values in the test.
Views certainly help with databases that support them well. Looks like we
will be doing tests with Oracle, MySQL (different storage engines?),
Postgres and Ingres, so the database tuning specifics will be different.
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On Behalf Of John V. Sichi
Sent: Saturday, December 22, 2007 6:16 PM
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Subject: [Mondrian] Re: TPCH-H for Mondrian
This paper describes something similar to what you're talking about (a
version of TPC-H modified to be more amenable to cubing). Views can
also help for getting things into a form Mondrian likes (rather than
trying to express all table->cube mapping at the Mondrian schema level).
Sherman Wood wrote:
> Yeah, we talked about doing a scalability test using TPC-H a while ago,
> and now I am getting some help with that from a partner who has a large
> environment - machines, disk, database.
> I am just developing the schema now. I had few issues with the
> snowflakey-ness, not the least of which is that it is a transactional
> model not optimized in the way that you would like for Mondrian. I had a
> few issues with Mondrian dealing with snowflakes - it was not clear how
> to do joins of joins, getting the aliases right etc.
> With the schema almost together, I am working on simulating the TPC-H
> test queries in MDX, most of which are easy.
> I could contribute this back, but how best to do it? It would make sense
> to have an example TPC-H database in Mondrian in the same way as we have
> Foodmart today, and a test suite against that.
> I am also looking at using a few simple transforms of the TPC-H database
> that make it more suitable for Mondrian - less snowflakey, making the
> linetiem table a real fact table by adding keys on it and adding a few
> indexes. These additions could also be included with a separate schema.
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