- CouchDB 2.0 Developer Preview has been released last week. You can download it here, its features and more are described here
Offline Replication / Synchronisation (see thread)
Question: due to infrastructural reasons, online synchronisation is impossible in a project. Thus, a user asked if it were possible to create some sort of file with the delta-update that could be transported to a place with better Internet access or to the next hub (e. g. country coordination) where it is imported in the instance running there, or anything similar that could be feasible.
- If connections are bad, but work sometimes, and the use case permits that data is only synchronised sometimes, then CouchDB’s current functionalities are sufficient.
- When connections are just always bad, the user can copy the .couch file (“the CouchDB database”) to something that they can bring to a connected hub. Then they put the .couch file into a place that can run CouchDB, start CouchDB, sync from there. CouchDB will figure out the delta. In this, the full DB will carried, but only the delta will be synchronised. Just carrying the delta is currently not really an option. If that is a concern, hacking around with pouchdb-replication-stream, pouchdb-dump-cli or pouchdb-load may help.
Releases in the CouchDB Universe
- crypto-pouch 1.1.1 – encrypted pouchdb/couchdb database
- ldjson-to-couchdb 0.0.2 – pipe STDIN in LDJSON format to CouchDB
- nano 6.0.2 – minimalistic couchdb driver for node.js
- wiki-storage-couchdb 0.0.3 – CouchDB storage for Federated Wiki
Opinions and other News in the CouchDB Universe
- Developer Preview of CouchDB 2.0 Database
- How to build web applications that work offline with PouchDB
Use Cases, Questions and Answers
- Stack Overflow: CouchDB-lucene for couchdb with admins and members
- Stack Overflow: Different data_size in replicated CouchDB databases
- Stack Overflow: Loopback.io and CouchDB connector
- Stack Overflow: Designing a relationship between documents in Couchbase/CouchDB?
No public answer yet:
- Stack Overflow: No pid file for CouchDB on Ubuntu 14.04
- Stack Overflow: CouchDB for Windows – SSL certificate – Connection error
- Stack Overflow: Ruby Updating CouchDB Database with CouchREST
- Stack Overflow: CouchDB query a document with multiple parameters
- Stack Overflow: _bulk_docs for binary data in CouchDB
For more new questions and answers about CouchDB, see these search results.
If you want to get into working on CouchDB:
- We have an infinite number of open contributor positions on CouchDB. Submit a pull request and join the project!
- Can you help with Web Design, Development or UX for our Admin Console? No Erlang skills required! – Get in touch with us.
- Do you want to help moving the CouchDB docs translation forward? We’d love to have you in our L10n team! See our current status and languages we’d like to provide CouchDB docs in on this page. If you’d like to help, don’t hesitate to contact the L10n mailing list on email@example.com or ping Andy Wenk (awenkhh on IRC).
We’d be happy to have you on board!
- December 03, Portland, USA: Portland Erlang and Elixir User Group: Learning Erlang made me a better Engineer and Architect
- February 7, 2015: CouchDB Day 2015, Hamburg, Germany; ticket sale is now open
Job opportunities for people with CouchDB skills
- Solutions Architect, San Ramon, CA, USA
- Software Engineer, anywhere
- Senior DevOps Engineer, San Bruno, CA, USA
- C# .NET Backend Developer – Data Analytics, London, UK
- DevOps Engineer, Berlin, Germany
- System Administrator Linux, Germany
Time to relax!
- “It’s a mix of the transcendently magical and the deeply prosaic. It can be crowded, noisy, and occasionally uncomfortable. Space travel—at least the way we do it today—isn’t glamorous. But you can’t beat the view!” – An Astronaut reveals what life in space is really like
- “Just don’t merge. Let’s not have hate in
git log.” – Engaging with hateful people in your community lends legitimacy to their presence
- “I cannot speak for all women ever, or for all women in tech, or for all women in operations. I’m mostly just an expert at being me-in-tech. I can definitely tell you that when “ops guys” is the generic, I feel like I’m in the out-group.” – The first rule of DevOps Club