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Posted by Dennis Byrne on Jun 20, 2008 Sections Architecture & Design , Development Topics
As you can probably figure out from the title, the purpose of this post is to track how CouchDB is saving a document on the disk. We have already tracked how much of CouchDB works, including some fascinating pieces such as btree:lookup and btree:query_modify . Now it is time to dig ourselves from the trenches and have a slightly higher level view of what is going on.
Introduction Rebar is a build and packaging tool for Erlang applications.