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Mongo scaling

by Co-founder at Stealth Startup on Sep 27, 2012

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  • jianpx 沛新 简, Web Developer at NetEase good 1 year ago
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  • fgm-osinet OSInet at OSInet On slide 21 ('Standard rules'), using skip() on large datasets is usually NOT a standard good practice. As much as feasible, you want to use range queries instead, which is less easy for paging and forces you to consider paging in the data model, typically by storing extra information based on expected queries in the collection in order to prevent having to skip.

    Cool recommendation about logstash + kibana: these are not yet known enough. Note that there is an alternative node.js implementation of logstash ( https://github.com/bpaquet/node-logstash ) which may be more convenient to deploy than the original.
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