I would like to use the Neo4j Reactive driver with RxJava2 in a standard java program.
First question : is it relevant to use it in this case or should I use the "blocking style" session instead ?
If relevant, I see in the javadoc of RxSession#re...
I am writing a kernel extension to perform actions in before and after commit phases. I have followed instructions here.
I would like to get the latest bookmark available in causal cluster in after commit phase. Is it possible ?
We want to migrate from Neo4j 3.5 to 4.0 and we have also to migrate integration tests using jUnit Neo4jRule. The new one with version 4.0 is very slow to start and stop compared to version 3.5.
Is it normal ? Do we have to enable/disable something i...
We are currently using Java async driver with Neo4j 4.0.
I had a look at your presentation here where performance results, notably for memory consumptions, are presented to be very better with new Reactive driver.
I would like to know how far is the ...
Question 1 about Transaction read locks : when doing tx.acquireReadLock on a node, does all relationships linked to this node are also locked, or do we explicitly need to acquire a lock also for them ? Is it possible for a concurrent transaction to d...
Our READ-ONLY transactions have 35_000 nodes and 250_000 relationships to give an idea, and can have more. Would be great to know the impact of READ locks on all nodes on performance and memory.
Thanks, it is very important that the READ query be executed on a FOLLOWER node for our use case. Actually, after each WRITE transaction, we need a scalable (out) way to perform READ requests on up-to-date data. If we can only query the LEADER node, ...