-Re: Tika command line performance
Ken Krugler 2010-01-15, 19:19
On Jan 15, 2010, at 11:07am, Doug Carter wrote:
> Hi all,
> This may be off-topic for this list, but I need to start somewhere.
> I need a command line utility to do document format conversion, in a
> batch mode environment. The batch process is a combination of steps,
> of which is the actual format conversion which is currently being done
> by a collection of Linux binary converters like wvWare, pdftohtml,
> I've put a shell script wrapper around the tika jar:
> java -jar tika-app.jar [infile] > [outfile]
> This works OK, but as you would imagine, it is much slower compared to
> a Linux binary.
> Does anyone know of a way to improve the performance in a setup like
> this? I know it goes against the whole philosophy of Java, but is
> a way to compile the Tika jar byte code into a native Linux binary?
> taken a look at gcj, but it doesn't look like a simple re-compile.
> Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
If you have a set of documents, easiest would be to pass in a
directory to tika-app (extend it a bit) so that one invocation of the
JVM processes many documents.
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