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01:49:52  <ekristen>so if I write X keys to a leveldb instance and then do a readStream, is there no way to get each record as it was encoding, back, or do I have to force everything to utf8 or to json or whatever by specifying a valueEncoding?
01:50:38  <ekristen>furthermore is there any way to do a get one a key name and determine what is encoding was originally on the key and value?
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10:17:32  <David__>Hi. I have a leveldb that's read only. I was wondering about storing the database files remotely. Would that work? Would it suck?
10:22:43  <David__>By read only I mean that the db is populated with some static data and there are no writes to the database while the application is running
10:26:43  <David__>My db folder is 180MB on disk
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15:13:32  <ralphtheninja>David__: it would work, you could use multilevel module for this
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17:23:33  <David__>thanks ralphtheninja, but doesn't multilevel still store the leveldb files locally?
17:24:00  <ralphtheninja>David__: yes
17:24:05  <ralphtheninja>David__: so that will be your remote :)
17:24:54  <David__>How do you deploy a leveldb database? My db is all static data
17:24:59  <ralphtheninja>David__: I guess you could mount the files with e.g. sshfs or something like that
17:25:15  <David__>Don't want to check the files into git
17:25:30  <David__>But I do probs want to deploy my application using git deploy or similar
17:25:49  <David__>Say you host the application on heroku, how do you persist the database?
17:25:51  <ralphtheninja>git deploy? :)
17:26:07  <ralphtheninja>I'd use ssh to deploy data
17:26:15  <ralphtheninja>ssh+tar
17:28:46  <David__>tar the whole db directory and ssh it up?
17:28:51  <ralphtheninja>sure
17:28:55  <ralphtheninja>it's just files
17:29:33  <ralphtheninja>you could do other stuff too, like get the files from some backup storage like s3 or something
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17:29:51  <David__>Yeah I was thinking s3, but I'd have to copy it to local to use it
17:30:18  <David__>I was wondering whether it work with the database files on s3 directly
17:30:21  <David__>in the read only case
17:30:34  <David__>I guess it would still want to create the lock file
17:30:45  <ralphtheninja>afaik there are problems with hot swapping the data .. so you need to kill the process .. swap data .. start the process
17:30:46  <David__>but apart from that? I guess s3 wouldn't allow it to seek around the files
17:31:07  <David__>Yeah, i'd restore the database before starting the server
17:31:20  <David__>I thought docker data volumes might be a good fit
17:31:37  <ralphtheninja>I haven't tried that myself
17:32:56  <David__>Would it be possible to write a leveldown adapter from s3, in theory? I've seen the azure and mysql adapters
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21:39:37  <ogd>s3 is better for immutable data whereas leveldb is more about mutable data
21:40:21  <Aria>Yeah. More appropriate for dynamo than s3
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