The contribution is a set of "bundle persistence manager" components for Apache Jackrabbit. The contribition will be included as new Java classes and packages in the existing jackrabbit-core component. The contribution also contains minor changes to existing Jackrabbit classes.
The contributed code is attached to issue JCR-755 with the following description:
we (day software) offer our set of bundle persistence managers to the jackrabbit project. those pms combine the node and property states into a single bundle and store them together. this improves performance and reduces storage-memory overhead (no exact numbers available). The bundle pms also have a "bundle-cache" that does a memory sensitive caching of the bundles and a negative cache for non-existent bundles. small binary properties are inlined into the bundle rather than stored in the blobstore.
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