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Starting up a vanilla MongoDB instance is super easy, it just needs a port it can listen on and a directory where it can save your info. By default, Mongo listens on port 27017, which should work fine (it’s not a very commonly used port). We’ll create a new directory for database files: And then start up our database: 1. $ cd 2. $ bin/mongod --dbpath ~/dbs/mydb
Here at Sauce Labs, we recently celebrated the completion of a significant project to improve our service uptime and reliability, as we transitioned the last of our CouchDB databases to MySQL. We’d outgrown CouchDB, to the point that a majority of our unplanned downtime was due to CouchDB issues, so wrapping up this migration was an important milestone for us. CouchDB was a very positive experience at first, and its reliability isn’t out of bounds for a database that is, after all, only on version 1.2.
This is intended to be a brief, objective and technical comparison of Riak and MongoDB. The MongoDB version described is 2.2.x. The Riak version described is Riak 1.1.x. If you feel this comparison is unfaithful at all for whatever reason, please fix it or send an email to . Riak is Apache 2.0 licensed; MongoDB is distributed under the AGPL Riak is written primarily in Erlang with some bits in C; MongoDB is written in C++
NoSQL databases are often compared by various non-functional criteria, such as scalability, performance, and consistency. This aspect of NoSQL is well-studied both in practice and theory because specific non-functional properties are often the main justification for NoSQL usage and fundamental results on distributed systems like the CAP theorem apply well to NoSQL systems. At the same time, NoSQL data modeling is not so well studied and lacks the systematic theory found in relational databases.
It’s no secret that I’m a proponent of using a shared CDN to host jQuery . As more and more sites take advantage of public CDNs for their jQuery reference, the cross-site caching benefit is becoming almost a given. However, there are a couple ways that even I recommend against using these public CDNs. With the impending policy change on hotlinking copies of jQuery hosted on jQuery.com , I expect that at least several sites will be migrating their hotlinked script references to one of the public CDNs soon.
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Python powered MongoDB based search engine https://github.com/SupermanScott/Arya Motivation I wanted to explore MongoDB Map Reduce framework and to build something non-trivial So this is a system that provides an Indexer and a Searcher to do the tasks and store the data in MongoDB. It is realtime search as the index is just a collection in MongoDB.
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