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From Mike Kimber <>
Subject RE: Am I doing something fundamentally wrong?
Date Thu, 24 May 2012 09:46:47 GMT

Thanks for the response and apologies I didn't get a notification (e-mail) of my original
post (or the 2nd one) or your response. When I look at my original post in Google Reader is
has "An error occurred while fetching this message, sorry !", so there must be something in
the e-mail that the mailing list system does not like.

In response to your original response " I'm a bit puzzled by the fact that your map functions
use the document ID". I do this because I load the data into Luciddb and this allows me to
join between tables. This is not my end game this is just a compromise due to the time it
takes to generate a view and my need to play/discover with the data. 

I will look at show to see if It helps, however it does not really answer my original questions
and it does not remove the more general issue that view build takes a very long time, it only
uses a single CPU and uses a bucket load of space even with compression on (no idea why when
it has a lot less data than the original) 



-----Original Message-----
From: Aurélien Bénel [] 
Sent: 24 May 2012 07:40
Subject: Re: Am I doing something fundamentally wrong?

Hi Mike,

> Didn't seem to get there first time so having another go

As I wrote in my earlier post, the use of 'map' functions in both of your examples is overkill.
Use 'show' functions instead.They won't require an index to be built.



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