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From Matt Goodall <matt.good...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Should I use CouchDb?
Date Thu, 10 Dec 2009 18:19:19 GMT
2009/12/10 Leonardo M. <l.rame@griensu.com>:
> El jue, 10-12-2009 a las 09:26 -0800, Chris Anderson escribió:
>> CouchDB is specifically designed for occasionally-connected use cases.
>> If you can fit your data model into CouchDB, then you should be able
>> to run it in multiple locations, and reconcile/update data with
>> replication when a network connection is available.
>
> Knowing this, I seems that CouchDb is the way to go. In my model, each
> health organization have a database server that must replicate its data
> in planned intervals, twice a day for example.
>
> This raises a question. Does the Replicator sends the whole database
> from one server to another then do a diff between them?, or it has a
> more lightweight approach?.

Just the changes, since last replication, are sent.

- Matt

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