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From Imre SZEBENYI <>
Subject Re: deterministic view?
Date Wed, 25 Apr 2012 14:50:10 GMT

You are right, but in my case its ok: every document is updated every day
(the machines are reporting every day) so the map function runs every day,
and I'm using only the current day as a dynamic value.

The view I wrote simulates the history of a machine until the current day,
and reports every disk and their ages.

I know when a machine will "expire" so I can modify the view to not depend
on the current date, when I go back to my office.

But the strange thing is when I force the index rebuild, only the "big"
design document throws an exception.

That's why I think it's a different issue, but I will come back with the
modified view.

Thanks for the help.

2012.04.25. 15:56, "Aurélien Bénel" <> ezt írta:

> Hi Imre,
> > There's a changelog field in the doc, and the map function calculates
> the number and the age of the disks for every day.
> It is very important for MapReduce that your map function depends only on
> the doc.
> In particular, it shouldn't depend on the current date.
> You could be interested in a thread called "view cache invalidation"
> posted a few weeks ago...
> Reg     ards,
> Aurélien

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