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From Simon Metson <simonmet...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Logging into a database
Date Mon, 19 Oct 2009 17:44:58 GMT
>> Now, that was a long time ago (pre-0.9 IIRC) -- perhaps the  
>> performance profile has changed and logging to a DB is easy now.   
>> In particular, I'm sure delayed_commits help a ton.  But I would be  
>> careful to try this setting out under a heavy read load and make  
>> sure that the system stays stable before adding it to trunk.  Cheers,
>
> Yeah, this is definitely meant for low volume sites. I use this for  
> my personal URL shortening service to see how often a short link got  
> clicked. I could get the same from parsing the logfile but I thought  
> the log-to-db feature was neat and easy to do.

Now all you need is an analytics CouchApp...

Could it log to a different Couch instance? E.g. have your production  
database on one port and your logging one on another (machine)?

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