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Nov 2015
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Nov 03 2015 07:52
@dhuynh assuming this is the link of your spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1MquL0ClkLFNKfSasv0f8FG3wwS2LtV--CzaCFAYcNDk/edit#gid=0, then the UUID is: 1MquL0ClkLFNKfSasv0f8FG3wwS2LtV--CzaCFAYcNDk
@Sigma-anthony is it being proxied by nginx? also, if you use the image from docker-hub, it has the static assets minified and concatenated (right now you're probably loading lots of small files), so it can improve initial load time.
anthony
@Sigma-anthony
Nov 03 2015 09:03
@arikfr yes proxied by nginx, and used the image from dockerhub. I added a gig of ram to the instance and some more cpu but it's a bit laggy still, was wondering what I could optimise
dhuynh
@dhuynh
Nov 03 2015 15:08
@arikfr ok that is what I assumed. Is there any other documentation on the syntax for manipulating data from a google sheet. From the google documentation is it as simple as select * from 1MquL0ClkLFNKfSasv0f8FG3wwS2LtV--CzaCFAYcNDk|0
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Nov 03 2015 19:58
@Sigma-anthony re:dash is very modest in its requirements, so I'm surprised you see any issues. maybe you need to give more resources to the postgres container?
@dhuynh unfortunately, manipulation of the data is not supported.
anthony
@Sigma-anthony
Nov 03 2015 21:13
@arikfr, turns out it was a postgres thing, seems docker creates iptables to allow access using the docker interface, once I allowed the docker ip group it works great thank you!
Arik Fraimovich
@arikfr
Nov 03 2015 21:14
@Sigma-anthony glad it works :)