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02:22:10  <levelbot>[npm] [email protected] <http://npm.im/leveldown-basho>: A Node.js LevelDB (Basho fork) binding, primary backend for LevelUP (@rvagg)
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13:52:22  <Acconut>Hello
13:55:01  <Acconut>I have a question:
13:55:01  <Acconut>I want to implement a PHP-like session-system into my node app.
13:55:01  <Acconut>I now ask myself which method I should use:
13:55:01  <Acconut>Storing each session values (in JSON-format) in a singe file, like: [session-id].json or
13:55:01  <Acconut>Using leveldb to store them (session-id is key, session values are value)
13:55:54  <Acconut>Is leveldb in this case faster because it also stores the values in memory and needn't to do I/O every time?
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14:06:32  <Acconut>Nobody here?
14:08:04  <mbalho>Acconut: it does I/O every time
14:08:18  <mbalho>Acconut: its fast because its lightweight
14:08:34  <Acconut>So in this case leveldb is overpowered, isn't it?
14:09:41  <mbalho>Acconut: no i think a session store is a good use case
14:09:56  <Acconut>mbalho: Ok, thanks :)
14:09:57  <mbalho>Acconut: assuming you case about your sessions getting saved to disk
14:10:14  <Acconut>mbalho: Yes, I want them to be saved.
14:10:52  <mbalho>Acconut: yea basically any situation where you would write flat files to disk, leveldb will let you do the same sort of thing but faster
14:12:09  <Acconut>mbalho: Good to know, thanks
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