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PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2008 6:53 am    Post subject: High volume production scanning Reply with quote

this is my delema !!!!! start reading from the bottem up!!!!

regards
rod

Hello Rod,

I am not sure if SANE is fast enough for your needs.
May be it would be a good idea if you would do some tests at first.
Did you check if SANE supports your scanners at all?

XSane is not implemented as high speed tool, its basic idea was to
create a tool for home and small offices use. So xsane may also be a
bottlebeck for your plans.

It may be a good idea to write about your project on the sane-devel
mailing list on http://www.sane-project.de , there may be some people
who have experience with high throughput questions.

best reards

Oliver


Am Donnerstag, den 23.10.2008, 08:23 +0200 schrieb Rod De Beer:
> Hi Oliver
>
> Thanks for replying to my request...
>
> currently i have a win. solution as follows
>
> countrywide - 11 regions
> 20 production scanners 90ppm per region, doing B&w, at 240dpi,
> scanning each approx. 8000 pages A3 + A4 per day, with average image
> size being 60kb
> and uploaded to a repositry on the SAN and metadata being stored in
> Oracle tables
>
> I hope this gives you an indication of the volumes i am refering to,
> and not forgetting
> to multiply the retrevial/search users by 3 !!!
>
> each region runs independantly on their own server and access only
> their own information.
> the costs on windows is just too high, each region scans an average of
> 20 mil doc's per year
> on all the document types i have setup.
>
> thank you
>
> Rod de Beer
>
> >>> Oliver Rauch <oliver.rauch@rauch-domain.de> 2008/10/22 12:27 PM
> >>>
>
> what do you understand under a "high volume scan interface"?
> About what speed (pages/second and kilobytes/second) do you talk?
>
> Best regards
> Oliver
>
> Am Mittwoch, den 22.10.2008, 10:26 +0200 schrieb Rod De Beer:
> > Hi Oliver...
> >
> > i'm Rod de Beer in South Africa i am going with the idea of dropping
> > the windows based
> > scanning system loading Linux on my severs and workstations and
> > looking for a linux based
> > high volume scan interface where i can save the documents as
> multipage
> > (whatever extention
> > is available, eg. PDF of TIFF) and slot them as blob in the database
> > with the METADATA using
> > Mysql as the DB and i develop my system around that ????
> >
> > I know it is quite mouthful !!!! but i am desperate !!!
> >
> > awaiting your speedy response !!!
> >
> > best regards
> >
> > Rod De Beer
> > redebeer@dla.gov.za
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