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From Alex P <apede...@kolosy.com>
Subject Re: potential conflict resolution strategy
Date Fri, 13 Nov 2009 23:32:56 GMT
i want to avoid the round trip if possible, hence the local cache. i'm not
worried about race conditions because i don't have multiple users accessing
the same data, so the only possible conflict scenario is being bounced to a
different server...

On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 4:10 PM, Daniel Truemper <truemped@googlemail.com>wrote:

> Hi,
>
> > suppose i had an arbitrarily load-balanced front-end web server
> environment.
> > a user throughout the lifetime of their session may get bounced to any of
> N
> > different web servers, all talking to the same couch instance (for
> > argument's sake). if these web servers are doing any kind of local
> caching
> If you want to cache the documents, why not use a Squid in front of the
> CouchDB?
>
> But for the argument: you should probably at least do a HEAD request to get
> the document's ETAG, i.e. revision in order to avoid creating conflicts in
> you local cache...
>
> Daniel

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