• Emmett

    Emmett

    2 months ago
    Anyone have code for Python ILP auth ?
    Emmett
    Nicolas Hourcard
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  • Chaohai Ding

    Chaohai Ding

    2 months ago
    Hi anyone have the experience of using fluentd with questdb?
    Chaohai Ding
    Pei
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  • Jaromir Hamala

    Jaromir Hamala

    2 months ago
    hi @Balachandar Ganesan thanks a lot for your demo! it’s pretty awesome to see such activities. 👏 🙇 one tip to attract more people to your demo: check-in the C# project source code unpacked. currently it’s in a zip archive. it means people cannot use GitHub UI to browser the source. One has to download the zip and open the sources locally. that creates a barrier, I believe you could get more views by having it as a plain project.
  • Balachandar Ganesan

    Balachandar Ganesan

    2 months ago
    That is a valid point
  • Balachandar Ganesan

    Balachandar Ganesan

    2 months ago
    Wil do needful and update you
  • Jaromir Hamala

    Jaromir Hamala

    2 months ago
    excellent, once more thanks for doing this in public, much appreciated!
  • Balachandar Ganesan

    Balachandar Ganesan

    2 months ago
    Completed
  • Balachandar Ganesan

    Balachandar Ganesan

    2 months ago
  • Newskooler

    Newskooler

    2 months ago
    👋 Does QDB cache request? For example: If a table changes only once a day.1. During the day 100 million requests are made to that table (identical SQLs) - can QDB be configured to “cache” the request somewhere and keep it for the day (or until the table changes)? 2. What about if the SQLs are different, but the whole table is cached somewhere?
  • Bolek Ziobrowski

    Bolek Ziobrowski

    2 months ago
    1. Qdb doesn't cache requests but it does cache query execution plans (depending onquery.cache.enabled, query.cache.block.count & query.cache.row.count) . They get invalidated on table matadata change . 2. Table data may be cached in OS cache . OS cache is volatile and also depends on what other apps on the server do . If there's little load from other apps and a table is the most queried one then there's good chance data is in OS cache (it's "hot") and table is mapped by qdb .
    Bolek Ziobrowski
    Newskooler
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