In the course of a test-upgrade, it appears that a process is running that relates to the new personal task list feature. Here is a sample from the logs:
2012-09-19 13:21:06,303 INFO main confluence.upgrade.upgradetask.UserIndexingUpgradeTask doUpgrade Created 28980 from 43108 missing Personal Information objects.
2012-09-19 13:21:15,991 INFO main confluence.upgrade.upgradetask.UserIndexingUpgradeTask doUpgrade Created 28990 from 43108 missing Personal Information objects.
When the process began, multiple groups of 10 were processed per second. By the 8000s, it was taking ~4 seconds for a group of 10. At this stage, a group of 10 takes about 9 seconds.
We only have about 1800 user accounts on the system, but since I'm not quite sure what's going on here, I'm wondering if there's a way to either have it not do this process or to do it more efficiently. Perhaps it is trying to pull in all LDAP accounts? I suspect it will crash at some point since it keeps getting slower, but even if it doesn't, I don't know that I will be able to perform the upgrade within the maintenance window I have.
Any suggestions or guidance would be greatly appreciated. I would like to know exactly what Confluence is doing here and what we can do to speed up the upgrade.
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