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vkoelsch,

 

What are these system specifications on the machine that is running Eclipse SE:

CPU?

RAM?

Storage?

Network?

Operating System?

 

To expand on this notion, when performance speeds are in question, the above are a good starting point. For instance, a machine with a slower read/write speeds will slow down most actions in Eclipse SE. Also, if the data is housed on a network the network speeds (hops) can cause a slow down as well.

 

As for deletion, I would recommend to clear out the extracted text for all the documents being deleted using an import overlay of no text prior to the deletion of the documents. This should increase the speed of deletion for these documents.

 

Thank you,

Levi Roble

Technical Support Engineer 2

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vkoelsch,

 

What are these system specifications on the machine that is running Eclipse SE:

CPU?

RAM?

Storage?

Network?

Operating System?

 

To expand on this notion, when performance speeds are in question, the above are a good starting point. For instance, a machine with a slower read/write speeds will slow down most actions in Eclipse SE. Also, if the data is housed on a network the network speeds (hops) can cause a slow down as well.

 

As for deletion, I would recommend to clear out the extracted text for all the documents being deleted using an import overlay of no text prior to the deletion of the documents. This should increase the speed of deletion for these documents.

 

Thank you,

Levi Roble

Technical Support Engineer 2

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vkoelsch,

 

What are these system specifications on the machine that is running Eclipse SE:

CPU?

RAM?

Storage?

Network?

Operating System?

 

To expand on this notion, when performance speeds are in question, the above are a good starting point. For instance, a machine with a slower read/write speeds will slow down most actions in Eclipse SE. Also, if the data is housed on a network the network speeds (hops) can cause a slow down as well.

 

As for deletion, I would recommend to clear out the extracted text for all the documents being deleted using an import overlay of no text prior to the deletion of the documents. This should increase the speed of deletion for these documents.

 

Thank you,

Levi Roble

Technical Support Engineer 2

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See below re specs:

Server specs:

 

CPU? Xeon E3-1240 v5

RAM? 16GB

Storage? SATA RAID6

Network? Gigabit

Operating System? Server 2012 R2

 

Workstation specs:

 

CPU? Core i5/i3

RAM? 4GB+

Storage? SSD

Network? Gigabit

Operating System? Windows 7/10

 

Could you send me some screensh

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See below re specs:

Server specs:

 

CPU? Xeon E3-1240 v5

RAM? 16GB

Storage? SATA RAID6

Network? Gigabit

Operating System? Server 2012 R2

 

Workstation specs:

 

CPU? Core i5/i3

RAM? 4GB+

Storage? SSD

Network? Gigabit

Operating System? Windows 7/10

 

Could you send me some screensh

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See below re specs:

Server specs:

 

CPU? Xeon E3-1240 v5

RAM? 16GB

Storage? SATA RAID6

Network? Gigabit

Operating System? Server 2012 R2

 

Workstation specs:

 

CPU? Core i5/i3

RAM? 4GB+

Storage? SSD

Network? Gigabit

Operating System? Windows 7/10

 

Could you send me some screensh

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vkoelsch,

 

Step 1: Export out a csv of just the begdoc of the documents that are being deleted

 

[ATTACH=CONFIG]n1436[/ATTACH]

 

Step 2: Open in Excel and add a new column "ExtractedText" and save

 

[ATTACH=CONFIG]n1437[/ATTACH]

 

Step 3: Import the csv into the case using an overlay on begdoc and map extractedtext to the extractedtext system field in the Case

 

As for the system speeds for ingestion, can you attempt an ingestion of a local file and test against the speed of an ingestion from the server location to see if this is where the slow down is occurring?

 

Thank you,

Levi Roble

Technical Support Engineer 2

 

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vkoelsch,

 

Step 1: Export out a csv of just the begdoc of the documents that are being deleted

 

[ATTACH=CONFIG]n1436[/ATTACH]

 

Step 2: Open in Excel and add a new column "ExtractedText" and save

 

[ATTACH=CONFIG]n1437[/ATTACH]

 

Step 3: Import the csv into the case using an overlay on begdoc and map extractedtext to the extractedtext system field in the Case

 

As for the system speeds for ingestion, can you attempt an ingestion of a local file and test against the speed of an ingestion from the server location to see if this is where the slow down is occurring?

 

Thank you,

Levi Roble

Technical Support Engineer 2

 

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vkoelsch,

 

Step 1: Export out a csv of just the begdoc of the documents that are being deleted

 

BegDocOnlyExport.JPG.9420b243dc4775df6dbe78ee3c132b7a.JPG

 

Step 2: Open in Excel and add a new column "ExtractedText" and save

 

AddingtheExtractedTextToCSV.JPG.a9bcba780cc6e5d05cf8f709c1654033.JPG

 

Step 3: Import the csv into the case using an overlay on begdoc and map extractedtext to the extractedtext system field in the Case

 

As for the system speeds for ingestion, can you attempt an ingestion of a local file and test against the speed of an ingestion from the server location to see if this is where the slow down is occurring?

 

Thank you,

Levi Roble

Technical Support Engineer 2

 

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