Category Archives: couchdb

couchdb coming back for more

Not that long ago, JChris pointed out that not only was there a new version of couchdb out but that Janl had released a new version of his OSX package, CouchDBX!! So I knew I needed to find a time … Continue reading

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CouchDB Performance – Too much TCP

It’s been a while since I ran my CouchDB performance test, but many of the comments I received suggested that updating my codebase should yield some significant performance improvements. Unfortunately, at the time I didn’t have spare cycles to invest … Continue reading

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Hadoop Benchmark and CouchDB Implications

Although I don’t write much about it directly I’m a big fan of the MapReduce approach to computing and data mining. I love the fluid manner with which it encourages partitioning and how little code is required to focus directly … Continue reading

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CouchDB Performance or Use a File

If this is the first post you’ve read from my blog you should probably go check some others and assert for yourself that I’m a big fan of couchDB. Even if it wasn’t easy to be impressed by Damon Katz’s, … Continue reading

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Could a couchdb guru explain this, please?

I’m in the process of trying to build (and benchmarking) a couchdb project and I decided to use some word count & frequency samples as data. Since “word count” and “grep” are the quintessential map/reduce examples I thought this would … Continue reading

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