This ticket involve the work with verifying with the Performance / Data Persistence Teams that the deployment of Manual Topic Subscriptions as an opt-in Beta Feature at the Phase 2 Wikis (T287801) has NOT caused any performance regressions.
- What – if any – impact has the introduction of Manual Topic Subscriptions as a Beta Feature at all Wikipedias except the English Wikipedia (T287801) had on the site's performance?
- Expected growth per year (number of rows).
- We don't know yet. Hypothetically, if every one of ~30,000 users who edited talk pages last month subscribed to 3 new threads per day, we'd end up somewhere around 32M rows per year (on enwiki). This is probably a gross overestimate though.
- We should be able to get a better idea once topic subscriptions are deployed on smaller wikis or as a beta feature.
If no changes are made to how these comments are stored, the performance of the database, and subsequently, the feature could degrade.
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