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* I deployed ACE-AM a few years ago, in it's servlet form, and it worked pretty well. The only problem was that for very large collections (millions of individual files) it would start to fall over due to running out of RAM. There is no technical need to keep the entire collection's checksum data in memory (as the system has a database available), so this could easily have been fixed by now. If this is a potential concern, I recommend monitoring memory usage as part of a large-scale test during evaluation. [[User:Andy Jackson|Andy Jackson]] ([[User talk:Andy Jackson|talk]]) 11:02, 11 September 2014 (UTC)
 
* I deployed ACE-AM a few years ago, in it's servlet form, and it worked pretty well. The only problem was that for very large collections (millions of individual files) it would start to fall over due to running out of RAM. There is no technical need to keep the entire collection's checksum data in memory (as the system has a database available), so this could easily have been fixed by now. If this is a potential concern, I recommend monitoring memory usage as part of a large-scale test during evaluation. [[User:Andy Jackson|Andy Jackson]] ([[User talk:Andy Jackson|talk]]) 11:02, 11 September 2014 (UTC)
* [https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/digital-curation/ZT21Ac1aLQQ Discussion of fixity tools, including ACE on the Digital Curation google groups]
 
 
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