Hi I am looking for some guidance on resource allocation for setting up a causal cluster with read replicas.
We have been experimenting for some time with a single server instance, and have reached a point where we need to scale, due to data size.
Hi, I have a bit of a challenge around optimising a query to run more efficiently, as currently it takes too long.
Just some background: The database size is 90m nodes, 700m relationships - although this query is being tested on a much smaller sample...
15-20 per week, for the next 4-6 weeks (possibly extending longer)
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Hi, so we are developing a new web application and utilising Neo4j to build reports on data.
Here is a use case scenario:
User enters some search parameters into web form (selecting gender, age etc)A query is built and run against the databaseThe res...
We have had our instance of Neo4j installed on Debian system for several weeks now and struggled to find a solution.
Desktop client can't connect to our graph server using following connection details:
Perfect, thanks Andrew..
Interestingly I actually discovered apoc.periodic.iterate and it did perform better for the :TOTAL_CLICKED relationships because there were not as many to be loaded in the first part of the iterate method. I did need the subq...
Thanks Gabriel - I am actually doing this already for future updates. Hence the newRel.total = 5 part, will be updated specifically using constraint against person.personId in a lookup.
However, the challenge is the data fed in already has these orig...
HI @senthilc78 not at present. We have had someone from Neo4j reach out and scheduling a call. However, if you believe you can assist us with this please email Andrew using the email provided and we can arrange a time to discuss. Thanks.
Ok I misunderstood your problem.
I just ran the queries myself to see, and the problem is the MATCH (b:B).. query when those relationships don't exist. So the condition fails, hence nothing is returned even though node a is created.
First, since you ...
Yes, hadn't considered that, but there would be some attributes that would be indexed.
First the User node will have a user ID.
The Search node will have a unique search ID as well. So, in reality when searching against those search results, we would...