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From Carl Trieloff <cctriel...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: LVQ message deletion
Date Tue, 17 Feb 2009 16:42:03 GMT
Adam Chase wrote:
> I need to keep track of some latest values for a lot of things.  I
> want to read them and have them still be there after the fact.  I want
> them to delete eventually.
> From what I've read I think I want the no-browse option for LVQs (so
> the messages aren't deleted after I've read them, and can still be
> updated).
> Then so they're eventually deleted, I can 1) put an expiration on each
> message which will result in that value getting deleted or 2) set the
> LVQ to have a RING which will keep the number of unique LVQ values to
> a fixed size.
> Is that correct?  Also there's no reason that LVQs can't be on a
> clustered server, right?

LVQ can be used in a cluster

To expire, TTL or RING can be used in-conjunction with LVQ -- that is a 
fine use case for
the combo of properties.


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