A catch-all term describing database systems using various non-relational models. Such systems are usually engineered to be high-performance.

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Any suggestions on having master-master replications around the world by nosql solutions?

I would like to set up databases that are put at different data centres around the world. For this, I think some nosql solutions may suit the case. For example, couchdb, maybe. Eventual consistency is ...
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Can I copy a collection in mongoDB from one database to another by copying the db files directly?

I tried using cloneCollection http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/reference/command/cloneCollection/ , but clonecollection takes a lot of time in case of big collection because it starts indexing the data. ...
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Database setup for datalogging

We're currently starting to build a version 2 of our system and one of the things we've noticed with version 1 is that we'll have quite a bit of data so we started to rethink our approach to how to ...
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Keeping rows ordered by counter value

I'm storing linked words in a Cassandra v2 cluster and I'm having a hard time doing efficient reads. I'm trying to fetch the top X rows with the highest counter value. Cassandra doesn't store the ...
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Elasticsearch: Versioning a document on revisions

I currently have a document which gets revised regularly, I want to keep track of the document by keeping each old version of the document. So if document A has a summary and update date I want to, ...
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updating single row in MYSQL

We have a situation where we need to update on a single row several thousands time a second and this requirement lasts continuously for 5 hours every day due to the nature of the business. Design ...
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Should I use SQL Azure to store product descriptions and links to images in Azure Blob

For an html/Css/JQuery public Azure website to be coded using Zurb Foundation html5 responsive framework, I'd like to use SQL Azure (web edition) to store product descriptions and links to images that ...
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Store large hierarchy in NoSQL each day and compare

I'm in the process of creating a utility that stores a fairly large hierarchy into a NoSQL document. The data of this is similar to an Active Directory / LDAP structure which contains sub groupings, ...
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Strugling with updating a cassandra row in FluentCassandra

I have this problem with using Fluent Cassandra in a test application. All I want to do is set the IsOnline field to true inside the SignIn method, but I keep getting the exception supercolumn ...
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Dealing with joins in persistent key-value stores

One promising emerging category of NoSQL databases is key-value stores. These include Redis (disk-backed), Riak, Aerospike and others. The problem I struggle with the most is the lack of joins. ...
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mongoDB - how to link one embedded object to another embedded object

Background Information I'm trying my hand at my first mongoDB database. So far, I've decided that I will need to use both references and embedded data models. One of the features of this application ...
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What kind of database is Cassandra DB?

I was taking some courses to understand better the way Cassandra works (at academy.datastax.com) and by what I gathered it came to me that it is a Key Value Database because of the way it stores data ...
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Creating Pandas DataFrame on Python From a MongoDB Document containing Embedded documents

I am working on a machine learning algorithm on python's scikit.learn, but this time the data are in Mongodb documents format. I would like to pull my data into a dataframe. Here is an exemple of the ...
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Does the consistency part of the CAP theorem apply to updates and not first-time writes?

Using this definition of the CAP theorem: Consistency All database clients see the same data, even with concurrent updates. Availability All database clients are able to access some version ...
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Can we query Accumulo data from Apache Drill

Accumulo uses HDFS where as HBase also works on top of HDFS. We can query HBase data through Drill. So can we query Accumulo data also from Apache Drill ?
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Are there any known benchmarks/statistics on UnQLite?

I came across UnQLite the other day in Stack Overflow and it has me intrigued for some software I'm working on. However, very few tests have been published on how well it performs. There are plenty of ...
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Mongodb schema design validation

I am building an app which allows users to do some "tasks" to earn points. The "tasks" are part of a "campaign" which themselves are a part of "brands". I am confused about the schema for storing the ...
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Good way to store daily train data in MongoDB

I am preparing to collect large amounts of information about trains in my country. Each train in my country has a number. I've already collected all of these numbers. There are about 4000 of them. ...
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Nosql multiple database design to handle sharing scenarios

This question is regarding design of a database in mongodb. The scenario: A user has a drive which he can share with others. Drive has two categories: docs and others. The user has three choices in ...
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How Do I Get DB2 NoSQL User-Defined Functions to Work

I am using NoSQL in DB2 10.5 FP4. I am creating and connecting to the database with the 'db2admin' administrator user ID on my Windows machine. I also used the 'db2 attach to DB2_01 as db2admin' ...
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Relational or non-relational database for a system to pass objects on?

hopefully this is the right place to ask this kind of question. I am working on a system that focuses on helping people give away things that they don't use anymore. So, an object typically has the ...
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Why NOSql should be more performant than RDBMS under structured data loads?

The main reason NoSQL dbms have become so common is the need of storing unstructured data where a Relational database instead would require carefully designing a database schema and fitting data into ...
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Dealing with null values in non-nullable columns in a NoSQL database

If I have an existing table in a NoSQL database cluster and I want to add a new column that should never return null, how do I handle it in my application code? I can update all exist records and ...
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Can XML columns in Oracle/MS SQL Server replace document oriented databases to some extent?

Just a strategic question: I am currently working with frequently changing data schemas and it takes a lot to keep track of versions and specific content. I do, however, have a classic OLTP ...
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Data replication between SQL server 2008 R2 and other NOSQL DB (ML, MongoDB)

I'm a newbie in RDBMs and I have the question regarding replication between SQL Server (Oracle in future) and NOSQL MarkLogic server (ML). There are two servers: Machine with SQL server 2008 R2 ...
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Real Time data collection - Help select Database

My Scenario: I want to collect data from various sensors[for now I have 600 sensors sending data, but this may have to scale up to 3000 more data sensors, all sensors send real time data] Now I have ...
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Can we swap out SQL Server with HBase on our .Net application?

In a current application we use SQL Server. The data flow consists of using TVPs for better-than-bulk-insert performance by passing in DataTables. As part of the data addition process, old records ...
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Would a nosql db handle sorting by latitude and longitude queries as well as a mysql db?

I have a table with a couple hundred advertisers including the latitude and longitude of the centroid of their zip code. I will also know the centroid of the zip code of website visitors. What I want ...
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Running out of disk space when removing documents error

I'm trying to remove unused document from a production instance of MongoDB but, when I try to execute this query: db.collection.remove( { date: {$lt: new Date((new Date())-1000*60*60*24*90)} } ) ...
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cassandra in memory tables

I am planning to use Cassandra in memory tables for my particular work load. THe problem is I am worried if the node fails then what will happen to the data in memory that was not flushed to disk ? ...
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AWS DynamoDB structure and operations for product filtering

I'm having trouble with finding the right pattern to use in a "product" table. The site should be able to sort the products on date and price (asc and desc order). Besides that a user can apply a ...
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In face of a network partition (P), does Neo4J HA allow read stale data?

In Neo4j docs it says that it is partition tolerant, but in further descriptions their docs does not make clear what happens if a network partition occurs. It enables a fault-tolerant database ...
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Challenged with modeling a big DB

I'm tasked to develop a gaming web application system with relatively large database - it should hold the data about 300 million players, the orders/payment of each player - ~3B records - , and other ...
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Couchbase data modeling

I come from the Relational DB world (SQL), and I'm getting started with NoSQL. So please consider that when answering. I have two Buckets: Apps and Users. A user may be subscribed to N ...
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What is the graveyard compaction in cassandra?

Cassandra noob here. While going through the documentation etc, I'm repetitevely finding references to graveyard compaction (and occasionally tombstones), example: $ cassandra-cli [default@unknown] ...
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write data on multiple storageNodes in oracle NoSQL

I'm using oracle NoSQL on ubuntu (newbie to both) and created 3 storageNodes (with 3 RN on each) in one computer on different ports (5000,6000 and 7000) in a store named mystore. Now I need to write 1 ...
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Need a persistent, glorified array / bucket storage solution

I'm looking to create a system that logs information ( think, lots of writes, and a few reads ) in order of entry within a key/value datastore. The order precision is absolutely necessary above ...
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How to create and select entities in MongoDB?

I'm a newbie in MongoDB and I'm trying to understand how to create objects there and how to select them in comparison with relational databases. So I need an example how to perform these things. ...
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Metadata database on top of flat files

I have a bunch (millions) of flat files. I do sort them into subdirectories, but that doesn't really help searches. Is there some database software that could be fed metadata information and would ...
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Is there a Document based nosql with deep json update?

I'm currently looking in a Document based nosql (possibly with sharding/replication/NSPOF) database that allow (is specialized in) deep json document update. By that I mean that I would like a nosql ...
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MySQL MEMORY Engine vs NoSQL in-memory

I have a WebService that runs a hybrid functionality of Secure WebSockets and HTTPS REST API. Both functionalities translate the calls to the same under-the-hood generic calls, wherein the WebService ...
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Need help on transferring data from a PostgreSQL database to a future (to be decided) database!

(English isn't my native language) I'm doing an internship for school and my task is to theoretically describe the best way to transfer the data from their current database (PostgreSQL) that they have ...
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Data modeling question on Cassandra DB

I'm trying to save events of a month for a user to my Cassandra DB instance. Each month the data will expire and will be removed. The data I try to model will contain user id, date of event and event ...
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Mongodb parent reference tree get current location and full path

I'm making parental reference tree with MongoDB and Mongoose. My schema looks like this var NodesSchema = new Schema({ _id: { type: ShortId, len: 7 }, name: { // name of ...
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Proper tree NoSQL structure with focus on full-text searching

I developing an app with tree(folder-file) structure, on which I should perform full-text searches with MongoDB. I did a research on the best tree structure practices and found this great article, but ...
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Architecture for huge catalog of products

I need to upgrade my current system of product catalog. For currently I have a 12 000 items in catalog, it's not a lot, but I need to improve them for feature. I have a task to reorganize my database ...
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Cassandra cluster on Windows Machine

I am new to Cassandra, and have been trying to create a cluster using DevOps. When I add a node , I get the following error: Error provisioning cluster: Unable to SSH to some of the hosts ...
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show database command doesn't show databases

I've made the following configuration options logpath=D:\mongodb\log\mongo.log logappend=true dbpath=D:\data\db directoryperdb=true port=64623 # [mo]ngodb maxConns=100 objcheck=true cpu=true # ...
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Use cases for NoSQL databases: Time series

I need to set up a database that will record temporal series data (sensors). A friend of mine has recommended me to use a NoSQL database instead of using Oracle (for instance). There're also some ...
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Database (open source) for complex queries (for analytics) like these:

In an app, I'll be storing information about events, specifically, session_id url time type data: foo: bar bar: foo The data will basically be a hashmap (need to support arbitrary types / names ...