Is it possible to use AWS (S3?) for persistence without forking. Please forgive my ignorance but it appears there currently is, natively, only local, disk based persistence. Editorial: really nice work here! Just incredible what you have done in such a short time.
Persistence is always directly to a filesystem. So if you wanted to persist to s3, you’d have to mount your s3 bucket and set up the dgraph data dirs to read/write to where the bucket is mounted.
@Gcolclough: It might be better to do backups to S3, as opposed to live writes to S3. I suspect live writes to S3 would be super slow.
You read my mind! Agreed on S3 not being useful for realtime load here. I’m just digging into the code a bit and am very reluctant to fork for my own use. Let me mull over something that is hopefully better than a hack and if it is not embarrassing I’ll share what I come up with. Really nice work here gentlemen. I appreciate your hard work!
Thanks for your kind remarks!
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