Affects Version/s: 3.0.2-incubating
Fix Version/s: 3.2.3
Environment:Gremlin Server 3.0.2 backended by Titan 1.0.0 and Cassandra (separate instance), running in a server with 2 CPUs / 7.5 GB RAM (Linux Debian 3.16.7)
I have setup Authorization in my Gremlin Server instances (v3.0.2), backended by Titan v1.0.0 and Cassandra.
I am testing SimpleAuthenticator, with the following snippet from my gremlin-server.yaml:
I am using the default serialization file of TinkerGraph credentials.kryo, with only the default user stephen/password.
I am using Basic Auth in my requests to Gremlin Server, by passing the header "Authorization" with the value "Basic c3RlcGhlbjpwYXNzd29yZA==".
Authorization works as expected. Therefore, the Gremlin Server becomes pretty slow! It takes 10x more time and consumes 5x more CPU (from 10% to 50%) to handle the same simple traversal Http POST request (below) in batch, compared to Gremlin Server with NO authorization!
"gremlin": "g.V().has('CONTENT','id', 'LinkPost:7330001').count()"
Is there a workaround to this?
Ps. If there is a fix, could it be patched for version 3.0.2? I am limited to this version because I use Titan 1.0.0.