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From Robert Newson <rnew...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Scaling writes?
Date Wed, 04 Jul 2012 13:46:47 GMT
I should note that BC (and cloudant.com, even more so) generally contain more than the advertised
couchdb release.


On 4 Jul 2012, at 14:11, Simon Metson wrote:

> IIRC it's currently built of v1.0.2  
> 
> 
> On Wednesday, 4 July 2012 at 13:49, Gabriel Mancini wrote:
> 
>> Hi Guys any one knows if bigcouch works on couchdb 1.2 ?
>> 
>> On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 3:11 AM, Mathias Leppich <mleppich@muhqu.de (mailto:mleppich@muhqu.de)>
wrote:
>> 
>>> Already had a look on BigCouch? http://bigcouch.cloudant.com/
>>> 
>>> - Mathias
>>> 
>>> On Jul 4, 2012, at 3:21 , Michael Parker wrote:
>>> 
>>>> Given that CouchDB is a multi-master system, it seems that reads scale
>>>> gracefully while writes do not -- because N reads among k nodes can be
>>>> spread as N/k reads per node, while N writes among k nodes requires
>>>> each of the nodes to perform all N writes.
>>>> 
>>>> So what's the best practice on scaling writes? Clearly each node
>>>> should not be responsible for performing all N writes and we would
>>>> want to partition the data storage. I was thinking of consistent
>>>> hashing, but that requires some logic to merge results from views. My
>>>> best idea so far is to partition documents based on their type, and
>>>> all documents of a given type exist in the same partition.
>>>> 
>>>> Is http://guide.couchdb.org/draft/clustering.html current, or is there
>>>> something else I should be looking at? Anyone have any success stories
>>>> to share?
>>>> 
>>>> Guidance would be much appreciated! Thanks!
>>>> 
>>>> - Mike
>> 
>> 
>> --  
>> Gabriel Mancini de Campos
>> Arquiteto de Soluções
>> 
>> +55 (11) 9449-1706
>> gabriel.mancini@gmail.com (mailto:gabriel.mancini@gmail.com)
>> São Paulo - SP - Brasil
>> 
>> 
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