chamonixok, I will investigate that, thanks again.
chamonixIf I recall, the commenter critisizing IPFS said something along the lines that the design was fundamentally flawed. Something was wrong with it anyways, and the attitude was: it's used for bitcoins, and they don't care to fix it. But I could be all wrong about that...
okdistributeso to get the benefits of content hashing, you need the authors key, the sequence number, and the content hash -- then you can get the content. but still, deduplication across the network will still be an issue; ipfs is designed specifically for this which yes makes it really great for bitcoins & global consensus but not so great for dynamic apps
okdistributemultifeed takes a
hypercoreoption which you could replace with hyperbee, and then all the hypercores would be hyperbees instead. https://github.com/kappa-db/multifeed/blob/master/index.js#L32
chamonixokdistribute: Does that mean that, to get some range of data from the hyperbee, you would have to query every individual hyperbee for that range?
chamonixokdistribute: Is it common practice to "extract" all the data from each feed, and add it to a single hypercore?
okdistributeno, what we do in kappadb is create an index after iterating over all the feed structures
okdistributethis index could be in any on-disk or memory storage you want
okdistributelike a leveldb or whatever. but in theory you could put it in a hyperbee
okdistributeor a hypercore
okdistributethat would allow getting stored indexes from other people. you just have to trust the index you're getting from them
okdistributenot sure if that answers your question 😅 but I have to go now; good luck! interested in seeing what you're working on, if you want to share?
chamonixSo, if all the appended messages in each feed, in a multifeed, are time stamped, could you create a hyperbee database that orders each multifeed message by time stamp?
okdistributechamonix I'd recommend this talk re: timestamps. https://www.dotconferences.com/2019/12/james-long-crdts-for-mortals
okdistributechamonix in a nutshell, yes! but it gets a bit more complicated if you want to support high-reliability in ordering
chamonixAssuming every timestamp is different.
chamonixAnd when I talk about multifeeds, I'm always trying to put all the append-only data into one hyperbee.
chamonixIn my use case, all the feeds are from different authors, and they independent of each other. So if the multifeed puts these separate feeds together, can you create a single hyperbee from it?
okdistributegenderev it's in the pm2 docs https://pm2.keymetrics.io/docs/usage/startup/
Sonifor setting up maven mirrors over dat
substacki am a bit lost in all the changes
substacki see there is some daemon now. is there an analog to
?version=xyzin the address and it is working on some files, but not on recently changed files. On recently changed files the http server hangs the request and never returns any data